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Customer Service Officer- Mandarin speaking

EXPIRING SOON

ORGANISATION

Nutrition Care Pharmaceuticals

AD POSTED ON

10 January 2018

POSITION LOCATION

Keysborough, VIC

Australian Manufacturing Company Nutrition Care is an Australian operated innovator and manufacturer of premium nutritional and herbal products which are TGA licensed. It was founded by Professor Ian Brighthope, one of the world's most eminent authorities on human nutrition. Nutrition Care is looking to bring on-board a Customer Service Officer- Mandarin speaking, on an initial 12 months contract with a possibility of contract extension. This position will to be an integral member of the customer service team activities outlined below for Nutrition Care Pharmaceuticals, ensuring such functions are performed in a safe, productive and efficient manner in accordance with Nutrition Care Pharmaceuticals procedures and within the licensing requirements of the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration. ... Read more


Operations Assistant

ORGANISATION

Nuferm

AD POSTED ON

10 January 2018

POSITION LOCATION

WILLOW VALE, QLD

Nuferm is all about Gut support, energy and health. Dominating the Australian Wholesale/ Retail landscape for over 10 years, you can find our products sold in mainly Health Food Stores, Chiro’s, Health Retreats, Smoothie Stores and online stores. About the Role You will need to be a hands on team player with a 'Can Do' attitude and no ego! In this company, we are all equal and we all play a part to reach our GUTSY goals. You will be assisting the Gut Man, AKA Don Chisholm, AKA the big boss, You will be passionate about the brand, about achieving success and consistently creating exceptionally positive customer experiences. This role will have you working 37.5 hours a week from Monday-Friday 9am-5am ... Read more


Casual Admin & Reception Officer at AACMA Brisbane

ORGANISATION

AACMA (Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Assn)

AD POSTED ON

9 January 2018

POSITION LOCATION

Coorparoo, QLD

To provide support to the AACMA office team. ABOUT US The Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association is an independent, not-for-profit, national, member-based association representing qualified practitioners of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine within Australia. Our members also include overseas members and student membership is free. With more than 2,200 members, AACMA is dedicated to supporting, promoting and representing the Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine profession. For full details visit our website www.acupuncture.org.au Follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Our office is located within a 5 minute walk from Coorparoo Train Station, there is also parking available. Our opening hours are Monday-Thursday 830am-430pm, and Fridays 8am-4pm. We require a Casual team member every 2nd Friday to relieve reception, and additional casual hours to assist our CEO, accounts, membership and communications officers are also required. Tasks may include the following and more: Data Entry Reception Duties Account Processing (EFTPOS) Filing, Scanning, Copying Postal Orders, Mailouts General Administration Tasks, Office Tidying ... Read more


Free AACMA event for student members, Brisbane, February 11th

ORGANISATION

AACMA (Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Assn)

AD POSTED ON

8 January 2018

POSITION LOCATION

CLAYFIELD, QLD

AACMA QLD Join in for Chinese New Year Lunch & CPD Event Yinyang Wuxing Body & Healing! Presented by Rhonda Chang About the lecture Western and Chinese medicine -- despite being perceived as two incommensurable medical practices, and despite believing we’ve been following a traditional practice, most of us here have been educated to understand the human body in terms of anatomy and physiology. We also view illness through a biomedical understanding. The difference between our practice to biomedicine is only the methods of treatments. Although our treatments don’t have the side effects as biomedicine, nevertheless our effects are far less powerful and reliable than biomedicine. This is not because the herbs or acupuncture treatments are less powerful, but because we seem to have lost our true theoretical guide for utilizing these healing methods to their best In this talk I will argue that the theoretical guide for Chinese medicine that has gone missing is yinyang and wuxing In the absence of yinyang wuxing we’ve been taught over the last 40 or so years a system known as bianzheng lunzhi. Bianzheng lunzhi, if we examine it closely, is primarily a system of understanding the body and treatment of illness through biomedicine. ....CONTINUED ON THE AACMA WEBSITE About the presenter Rhonda Chang graduated from Beijing Chinese Medicine College (now known as Beijing Chinese Medicine University) in 1983, and migrated to Australia in 1986. In 2012 Chang completed a PhD at the University of Sydney, School of Science, Department of History and Philosophy. In her thesis: “The Substitution of Yiyao by Chinese Medicine through Self-Colonisation”, she examined the history and reasons that led to the Communist Government in China to be committed to establish a new Chinese medicine, which aimed to be scientific in principle, but traditional in practice. Rhonda Chang has written and published two books: Chinese Medicine Masquerading as Yi —A Case of Chinese Self-Colonisation (2015), and Yinyang Wuxing Spirit, Body & Healing (2017). QLD State Committee will celebrate the Chinese New Year together with the participants by providing a Chinese New Year lunch. Lunch is included in the entry fees. ... Read more


Acupuncture Students & First Year Graduates Scholarship

ORGANISATION

AACMA (Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Assn)

AD POSTED ON

8 January 2018

POSITION LOCATION

Coorparoo, QLD

Student Members & First Year Graduate members apply now for an amazing scholarship opportunity! Entries close MARCH 15th, 2018. Did you know it is free to join AACMA as a student of Endeavour College when you study Acupuncture? Please visit our website to apply, it takes 2 minutes to fill the form, send a copy of your proof of enrolment at Endeavour, and we can do the rest. The list of benefits is too huge to list, attend discounted or free industry events & more! All eligible AACMA student members and first-year practitioner members are reminded that applications for the AACMA Phil Macqueen Memorial Scholarship The aim of this scholarship is to support deserving acupuncture students and first-year practitioners of acupuncture who are passionate about their career and healing, but who are financially restricted from obtaining the knowledge and experience to be gained from attending the Australasian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Annual Conference (AACMAC). 18-20 May, 2018 in Sydney. The scholarship is open to AACMA student members and first year practitioner members to assist with registration, travel and accommodation to attend at the AACMA Annual Conference (AACMAC). The sponsors of the scholarship, Julie Geldard and Acupuncture DVDs, will provide up to$750 for travel and accommodation to attend AACMAC. AACMA will be providing complimentary full conference registration and a gala dinner ticket to the successful applicant. If the successful candidate is local to where AACMAC is taking place in a particular year, accommodation may still be covered but the sponsor may add in additional DVDs in lieu of travel expenses. The successful candidate must attend AACMAC and report back on their experience andhow they benefited as a student/practitioner from the scholarship for publication in theAACMA quarterly magazine, Jing-Luo. The report may also be published by the scholarship sponsors. ... Read more


Nutritionist & Customer Service

ORGANISATION

Chefgood

AD POSTED ON

8 January 2018

POSITION LOCATION

Moorabbin, VIC

Chefgood use local and seasonal produce to create meals which are not only good for you but also feel good to eat. Customers simply choose their meal plan and we take care of the rest! As a Chefgood nutritionist and customer service representative, you will have the following responsibilities: - Attend to emails/phone calls and other administrative tasks - Work with our head chefs on menu/recipe development - Nutritional labelling and recipe analysis - Nutritional phone/skype consultations and much more! ... Read more


Clinic room for rent

ORGANISATION

Melissa

AD POSTED ON

7 January 2018

POSITION LOCATION

Albany Creek , QLD

Clinic room available for rent. You can choose to rent the entire week or select days and share the room. room includes a desk and chairs, everything you need to get started. it is also air conditioned. You will be sharing a shop that includes all the walk in traffic from our cafe as well as a naturopath. ... Read more


Remedial Massage Therapist/Myotherapist

ORGANISATION

Laura Quinn Remedial Massage Clinic

AD POSTED ON

5 January 2018

POSITION LOCATION

Nerang , QLD

Looking for a Remedial Therapist or Myotherapist to work two days a week within a busy clinic on Nerang. days required are Monday and every second Thursday and Friday. these days may increase with depend. all equipment is provided. you will also be working alongside a highly qualified acupuntist. ... Read more


Customer Service Specialist

ORGANISATION

The Source Bulk Foods St Ives

AD POSTED ON

5 January 2018

POSITION LOCATION

St Ives, NSW

At The Source, we pride ourselves in ensuring our customers have the best experience possible. We therefore expect that our team will ensure the highest level of service possible. We are looking for people who will genuinely enjoy interacting with our customers, are proud to provide excellent customer service and are ethically minded to join our St Ives store. ... Read more


Room for Rent - Naturopath + other modalities

ORGANISATION

AHARA HEALTH

AD POSTED ON

5 January 2018

POSITION LOCATION

Newport Beach , NSW

ROOM FOR RENT- new complementary health clinic in the heart of the Northern Beaches. AHARA HEALTH is located in Newport Shops in the heart of the Northern Beaches and is only a short walk from the beach. This space would be ideal for a Naturopath, Nutritionist, Counselor or bodywork therapist such as a Massage therapist or Acupuncturist. Rooms are available for part time, full time and evening use. The rooms are newly renovated and are spacious, confidential and have independently controlled air conditioning. Practitioners will also have access to the herbal dispensary, nutritional supplements, organic teas, eco and sustainable health products to support the needs of their clients. Practitioners will be promoted through the AHARA HEALTH website and health blog, social media channels as well as events and other paid advertising. Ideal practitioners will have a passion for wholefood nutrition and promote health by example. All practitioners are required to hold gold standard education (preferably degree/masters), registered in relevant Australian association(s), have a current first aid certificate with clinical experience is preferred. Practitioners must be able to work independently and as part of the team. To find out more about the space and if AHARA HEALTH is the right space for you - Contact Alyce Cimino (BHs Naturopathy) at alyce@aharahealth.com.au or 0407 013 991. Location: Suite 9/355 Barrenjoey Road Newport Beach 2106 | www.aharahealth.com.au | @ahara_health | facebook.com/aharahealth ... Read more


Job vacancies listed here do not represent an endorsement by or affiliation with Endeavour College of Natural Health. It is your responsibility to thoroughly research the integrity of each organisation before applying for and commencing working for that organisation.