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Senior Security Officer
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Our Vision: creating exceptional health care togetherOur Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our communityOur Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and KindPOSITION OVERVIEWCanberra Health Services (CHS) is focussed on the delivery of high quality, effective, person centred care. It provides acute, sub-acute, primary and community‐based health services, to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website:  https://www.health.act.gov.au/ The Protective Services section is embedded within the Infrastructure and Health Support Services Division.  Protective Services’ mission is to provide the necessary climate and mechanisms that will enable staff, patients and visitors at Canberra Health Services’ facilities to go about their daily activities without fear or intimidation by preventing crime and protecting persons and property. As a Senior Security Officer you will ensure a safe and secure environment is maintained for staff and consumers at Canberra Hospital, the Dhulwa Mental Health Unit and non-acute sites by providing incident response, proactive security functions and enforcement of Canberra Health Services policy and directives.As a Senior Security Officer, you are expected to be able to perform duties in all of the following work streams:General Duties which provides a dynamic capability to deter, detect and respond to security episodes.  This may mean working as a lone Security Officer in an area or at a site where a higher level of decision making is required.Control Room / Pass Office which operates comprehensive electronic security systems including access control (electronic and mechanical), cameras, alarm monitoring, radio systems, intercoms and phones in a high-paced environment.  A high degree of ICT knowledge is required to perform this role.ABOUT YOUCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Questioning (LGBTIQ) are encouraged to apply.Behavioural CapabilitiesTo be successful in this position, it is expected that you will have the following attributes:Emotional maturity and resilienceExceptional conflict management and resolutionAbility to work within protocols, processes and use initiativeProfessionalism, a strong moral compass, and teamwork.Position Requirements/Qualifications:The successful applicant must (mandatory):Possess a Certificate II in Security Operations and an ACT Security LicencePossess an unencumbered ACT Driver Licence (or equivalent)Be prepared to wear a uniform and work a shift roster, weekends, public holidays or night shifts at any Canberra Health Services worksite on an ‘as needs’ basisBe able to complete a continuous 500m run compromising of a series of five 100m laps, with stair ascent and descent of 10 steps at the end of each lap, and a 20m dummy drag, in under 5 minutes on an annual basisBe registered under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011Be willing to be, and remain, vaccinated against vaccine-preventable diseases during their employmentAttain a Certificate III in Security Operations with the following competencies within the first 12 months of employment:Monitor security from control roomRestrain persons using handcuffsControl persons using baton.The successful applicant should (desirable):Possess a high degree of ICT knowledge in order to operate comprehensive electronic security systems which include access control, cameras, alarm monitoring, radio systems, intercoms and phonesPossess a sound understanding of providing security services in a healthcare setting.Possess an understanding of how theNational Standards and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) indicators align with this role.Fulfil the responsibilities of this role as detailed in the CHS Exceptional Care Framework, Clinical Governance Framework, Partnering With Consumers Framework and all other related frameworks.Prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to: Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Obtain a Compliance Certificate from the CHS Occupational Medicine Unit (OMU) relating to assessment, screening and vaccination processes against specified infectious diseases.NOTESThere are several full-time permanent and temporary positions available for a period of 12 months. An order of merit list will be established from this process to fill identical vacancies at level over the next 12 months.For more information on this position and how to apply “click here” Career interest categories: Administration and Governance Healthcare, Medical and Allied Services
Assistant Director Construction and Planning Investigations
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Details: Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD) leads the ACT Public Service and provides strategic advice and support to the Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development and the Cabinet on policy, financial and economic matters, service delivery and whole of government issues. The Directorate facilitates the implementation of government priorities and drives many new initiatives, including Access Canberra which provides a range of ACT Government shopfront and regulatory services. The Directorate is also responsible for Shared Services which provides financial, ICT and HR support across Government. The Director-General of CMTEDD is also the Head of Service.Division OverviewWhat we doAt Access Canberra, we play a key role in supporting a safe and vibrant city. We improve the way industry does business, and help protect and improve Canberra’s liveability. We actively engage in a risk and harm approach to compliance across a broad range of industry sectors to build a strong economy, safe community and sustainable environment.Access Canberra is unique to the ACT Government; we work across many different regulatory and customer service areas to support the delivery of regulatory reform and red tape reduction, drive government priorities and implement new initiatives. We help community organisations, business and individuals work with the ACT Government and constantly look for new ways to deliver our services.Who we areWe are a diverse, innovative and professional team of people who come from a wide variety of backgrounds. We welcome people with experience from the community, public and private sectors and believe the more diverse our knowledge base is, the better our results will be.We value people with innovative and creative ideas, who communicate with candour and respect, and who have the motivation to drive projects from conception through to delivery. We are curious about each other’s work and always ask “who else needs to know?”What we offerInteresting and fulfilling work in a unique government environment where you can see the impact you have on the Canberra community.The opportunity to work with passionate, innovative and experienced leaders who encourage and support you to develop your interests and expertise.A flexible workplace with brand new, state of the art accommodation enabling activity-based work in a fun and creative environment.The Team you will work in:The Construction and Planning Investigations Team (CPIT) within the Construction and Planning Regulations section of the Construction, Utilities and Environment Protection Branch, is responsible for conducting investigations in relation to building and planning breaches under the Building Act 2004, the Planning and Development Act 2007, and the Construction Occupations (Licensing) Act 2004, in response to complaints received through Access Canberra.The CPIT, work alongside with the Rapid Regulatory Response Team (RRRT) and the Compliance Monitoring and Inspection Team (CMIT), to provide a holistic approach to ensuring proportionate and responsive regulatory programs and actions to improve the quality of building and construction in the ACT community.Duties/ResponsibilitiesThis role assists the Director in leading the CPIT team, and has the title and delegations of the Deputy Construction Occupations Registrar. In this role you will be responsible for a number of functions within a regulatory compliance area with a focus on building and planning regulation.You will be required to:Provide leadership and management of teams engaged in high level and complex regulatory compliance actions.Assist in the preparation of strategic and procedural advice on directorate, government and regulatory issues utilising high level data analytics.Prepare strategic and complex submissions, reports, briefs and correspondence in relation to a diverse range of matters on behalf of the Constructions Occupations RegistrarConduct investigations including gathering evidence, formal statements and taking proportionate and responsive action.Create and review evidence briefs, regulatory instruments under the legislation e.g. notice of intention to issue rectification orders, rectification orders, show cause notice and/or controlled activity orders.Lead a team in utilising professional judgement, statutory powers and the risk/harm based regulation model to proactively and reactively implement the regulatory regime.Assist in the direction and control of the day-to-day operations of the organisation to fulfil objectives and achieve goalsSupport the business unit to achieve team, organisational and Government goals.Understand and work within the ACTPS Code of Conduct and ACTPS values of respect, integrity, collaboration and innovation, and model behaviour consistent with the ACTPS Respect Equity and Diversity framework.Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD) supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.Selection CriteriaYour suitability for this position will be assessed on your Skills, Knowledge and Behaviours, listed below, and how they relate to the duties/responsibilities above:SkillsProven ability to lead, monitor and develop a team of investigators within a regulatory environment.Experience in investigative practice.Demonstrated high level leadership skills resulting in working together to deliver collaborative and innovative solutions to complex problems.Demonstrated high level research, written and verbal communication skills.Demonstrated understanding of regulatory regimes, regulatory practice and legislative instruments.General knowledge and understanding of a risk-based approach to regulation.Knowledge Behaviour Proven ability to:Lead and manage teams and contribute to a positive team cultureDeliver outputs in a high paced and high pressure environment while maintaining a focus on the wider regulatory pictureManage stakeholders to build trusting, professional regulatory relationships.Demonstrated high level of self-awareness, integrity and behaviour aligned with the ACT Government core values.Eligibility/Other Requirements: EssentialCurrent driver’s licence.DesirableRelevant qualifications or experience in investigations/compliance/enforcement.Note: This is a temporary position available from 4 November 2021 up until 5 April 2023. This position does not require a pre-employment medical or a Working with Vulnerable People Check. A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. This position is in a workplace/s designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers will not have a designated workstation/desk.
Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON), Ratios Implementation - Calvary Public Hospital Bruce
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Are you a nursing/midwifery workforce change management extraordinaire? If so, we have the job for you!  Join the Office of the ACT Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer to support the successful implementation of the Nurse/Midwife-to-Patient Ratio Framework across the ACT public health services. In this position you will report to the Ratios Implementation Manager and will be responsible for analytical, administrative and project related tasks. You will be based at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce for close consultation and collaboration with the Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery. In our Office we are busy creating a better working environment for nurses and midwives. We do this through stakeholder collaboration, by being “problem solvers”, by writing persuasive, high quality, and well-informed documents, and by sharing with and caring for our colleagues. It’s important to us that you support our team culture and contribute to maintaining our upbeat momentum. The ACT Public Service supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.Eligibility/Other Requirements: Be registered or eligible for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board [Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as a Registered Nurse or Registered Midwife.Have a minimum of five years’ experience working professionally in nursing and/or midwifery management or leadership role.A postgraduate tertiary qualification in nursing, midwifery or project management is desirable.As required, ensure compliance to the ACT public health services immunisation requirements.Prior to commencement, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Notes: This is a temporary position available for two years from 25 October 2021 until 27 October 2023 with the possibility of extension. An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months.
Animal Welfare and Policy Officer
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Are you an animal lover and passionate about Animal Welfare? Do you love engaging withAn exciting opportunity is available for a suitably experienced person to work within Domestic Animal Services (DAS) to improve the lives of Domestic Animals in the ACT.DAS is a business unit within Territory and Business Services that administers a broad range of legislation focused on regulatory and compliance issues dealing with matters relating to public and animal safety, registration of animals, patrolling, care of animals and promotion of responsible pet ownership.The Animal Welfare and Policy officer at Domestic Animal Services is required to review, draft and provide input into current and new policies that relate to Animal Welfare and Domestic Animal Services. The role provides both internal and external presentations in relation to relating dogs and animal management across the ACT. This involves some weekend work.The role also includes working with DAS Rangers in attending and responding to Animal Welfare complaints and assisting in preparation of case related documents for regulatory action by DAS.The ACT Public Service supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.Eligibility/Other Requirements:Unrestricted Driver’s Licence (mandatory).Animal management experience (Desirable).Experience in or understanding of Animal Welfare matters.Permanent Resident of Australia (mandatory).Experience in management of committees.Preparedness to undertake field based work, wear a uniform and work outside of ordinary hours on occasion.Prior to commencing this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 maybe required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to - https://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/1804. Notes: An order of merit may be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months.
Administrative Support Officer, COVID-19 Operations
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Details: On 19 March 2020, a public health emergency was declared in the ACT due to the public health risks posed by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-COV-2. A COVID-19 Response Team has been created to deliver the public health response over a longer term.The COVID-19 Response Team is seeking temporary Administrative Support Officers to assist with the COVID-19 public health response. Staff are required to supporting the senior leadership team, undertaking the effective management, and processing of exemption requests, recruitment and workforce resourcing related activities, functions related to identifying and mapping exposure sites, compliance and other related activities supporting the Public Health Emergency Directions and the broader ACT Health Directorate. Applicants should have customer service experience, excellent verbal communication skills, experience with using databases, and be flexible and adaptable to a rapidly changing work environment.The ACT Public Service supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.Note: These are temporary positions available for up to six months, with the opportunity for weekend and some afterhours work. Selection may be based on application and referee reports only. An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months.
Chief Finance Officer
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced candidates are being sought to temporarily fill the role of Chief Finance Officer, ACT Health Directorate for up to six months.The Chief Finance Officer provides strategic leadership and vision to develop the financial maturity of ACT Health Directorate and health funding and performance models. The role will be responsible for managing financial management frameworks, processes and accountabilities and will provide overall leadership and management of the Strategic Finance Branch. The position has responsibility for the provision of sound financial advice to the Director‑General and the Minister.Reporting to the Executive Group Manager, Corporate and Governance, Chief Finance Officer is accountable for the day-to-day management of the financial operations of ACT Health. The main focus of this role are:accounting operations of ACT Health including financial statements and reports, financial risk management and ensure compliance with internal financial and accounting policies and procedures,preparation, development and analysis of management accounting and other financial and reporting information, andprovision of high-quality support and advice services to key stakeholders, budget holders and managers.If you demonstrate leadership and have experience in financial management, we want to hear from you.To apply: Please submit no more than a two-page pitch addressing the capabilities and Job Specific criteria, a curriculum vitae and contact details of two referees to John Fletcher via email, john.fletcher@act.gov.au by 5:00pm 19 October 2021. Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence. Note: Selection may be based on written application and referee reports.Remuneration: The position attracts a remuneration package ranging from $225,196 - $233,809 depending on current superannuation arrangements of the successful applicant. This includes a cash component of $172,249. Applications should be sent to the Contact Officer. Career interest categories: Executive and Statutory Offices Healthcare, Medical and Allied Services Leaders and Senior Management
Senior Investigations Officer
Sport Integrity Australia, ACT
About Sport Integrity Australia Sport Integrity Australia leads the Australian government’s efforts to protect sport against threats to its integrity – doping, competition manipulation and the mistreatment and abuse of sports participants. Led by David Sharpe APM OAM, Sport Integrity Australia is the cornerstone of the government's comprehensive sport integrity strategy: Safeguarding the Integrity of Sport. Our role is to provide advice and assistance to counter the: use of prohibited substances and methods in sport abuse of children and other persons in a sporting environment manipulation of sporting competitions failure to protect members of sporting organisations and other persons in a sporting environment from bullying, intimidation, discrimination or harassment. Sporting organisations, and other stakeholders, benefit from the ability to deal with a single nationally coordinated organisation to address all sport integrity issues. Sport Integrity Australia offers guidance on integrity matters to sports that don’t have developed integrity capabilities. Our focus is policy development, intelligence, investigations (primarily of doping cases), education, outreach and capability building. We are Australia's National Anti-Doping Organisation. Primary purpose of the role A Sport Integrity Australia Senior Investigator is responsible for planning and conducting specific investigation activities into: Possible Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) Sport Integrity matters; and Allegations of fraud against Sport Integrity Australia. A Sport Integrity Australia Senior Investigator primarily conducts investigations into ADRVs by athletes or athlete support persons and Sport Integrity matters in line with the National Integrity Framework. In conducting this function the team works closely with other areas of Sport Integrity Australia, Australian regulatory and law enforcement bodies, anti-doping organisations internationally, sports organisations and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). In addition the Sport Integrity Australia’s Investigation Team is responsible for the investigation of allegations of fraud against the agency. All investigations are conducted in accordance with legislative requirements and best practice methodologies. Key duties The duties of the Senior Investigator include, but is not limited to: Effectively, efficiently and professionally work as a member of a team/or as investigations case officer of investigations into possible ADRVs in Australian sport in accordance with Sport Integrity Australia priorities; Effectively, efficiently and professionally work as a member of a team/or as investigations case officer of investigations into possible sports integrity matters, in line with sport policies, and in accordance with legislative requirements and best practice methodologies; Effectively, efficiently and professionally work as a member of a team/or as investigations case officer office in investigations of allegations of fraud against the agency; All ADRV investigations are to be conducted in accordance with the requirements of Sport Integrity Australia Act 2020, Sport Integrity Australia Regulations 2020, WADA’s International Standard for Testing and Investigations; All investigations are to be conducted in accordance with relevant Australian Government legislation and policies, including the Australian Government Investigations Standards; Plan and manage the use of team resources to ensure accountability that required outcomes are delivered within agreed timeframes and within budget; Maintain sustainable and effective operational relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders including Australian regulatory and law enforcement bodies, anti-doping organisations internationally, and WADA; Enhance the capability and reputation of Sport Integrity Australia; Assist, identify and recommend mitigation strategies for potential risks to achieving Sport Integrity Australia’s mission and objectives; Develop written investigation plans, reports and high quality briefs of evidence The duties of the Senior Investigator will vary according to the needs of the Executive and Senior Executive as informed by the Director Investigations. Key accountabilities The key accountabilities of the Senior Investigator include, but is not limited to: Ensure compliance with the National Anti-Doping (NAD) Scheme, the Sport Integrity Australia Act 2020, the World Anti-Doping Code and the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013; Ensure compliance with the Sport Integrity Australia Investigations Manual and Australian Government Investigation Standards; Ensure that APS Values and Code of Conduct are adhered to at all times Endorse and encourage ‘best practice’ record keeping in accordance with Sport Integrity Australia Record Keeping Policy and Information Governance Framework; Cooperate with the employer and comply with all relevant legislation and Sport Integrity Australia health and safety policies, procedures and instructions and Sport Integrity Australia ICT and Information Governance Framework; and Work and act safely and take all reasonable care to protect personal health and safety and the health and safety of other Selection criteria The selection criteria of the Senior Investigator include: Sound experience in leading an investigation into alleged misconduct and what steps would be taken to ensure that the investigation was conducted in a fair and impartial manner. Ability to lead multiple concurrent investigations. Ensuring that competing priorities are managed effectively in order for the investigation to be completed thoroughly and in a timely manner. Well-developed oral and written communication skills, including the ability to support and maintain productive working relationships. Demonstrated ability to support strategic thinking, aligning operational activities with corporate goals. Sound leadership and people management ability. Well-developed liaison, interpersonal and negotiation skills, including the ability to influence change. Demonstrated personal qualities of integrity, initiative, drive and adaptability, and experience in implementing sound workplace management practices. Eligibility Under section 22(8) of the Public Service Act 1999, employees must be Australian citizens to be employed in the APS unless the agency delegate has agreed, in writing. The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a Baseline Vetting Security Clearance and Working with Vulnerable People Card and may be required to undergo a medical assessment. Sport Integrity Australia staff must comply with security (physical, personnel and IT) security controls and mandatory training. How to apply Applicants are required to provide a ‘pitch’ outlining your skills, knowledge, experience and achievements and why you should be considered for this vacancy. You do not need to provide a separate response to each of the criteria in your written application. You should take into consideration the position description and selection criteria above when drafting your ‘pitch’. As much as possible include specific relevant examples of your work. When including examples, it is recommended you frame them around the following approach, commonly known as the STAR method: describe the SITUATION or problem, highlight the TASK you had to accomplish, tell what ACTIONS you took to achieve the task, and show the RESULT - what you achieved and what you learned. Your application should include: A two-page pitch that outlines your suitability against the selection criteria, Current résumé (no more than three pages).
Deputy Finance Manager
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: ANU Officer 8 (Administration)Salary package: $ 101,604 - $ 108,648 per annum plus 17% superannuationTerms: Full time, Continuing Contingent FundedPosition overviewThe National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) is seeking Deputy Finance Manager to provide comprehensive support to the NCI Senior Management team on all financial aspects, including the development, design and implementation of financial management practices. The Deputy Finance Manager assists in the management of budgeting, financial planning and complex financial issues and in the delivery of high quality and robust financial services to Senior Management team and to staff, supporting the achievement of NCI’s strategic goals. This position reports to the Business Manager, NCI.We are looking for a highly motivated individual with extensive experience in developing and establishing compliance reporting capability to support business planning and enforcement of policy and procedures. To be successful in this role, you will have demonstrated: well-developed skills in coordinate the preparation and distribution of other periodic and ad hoc financial and contracted reports, management of day-to-day financial operations, ensuring compliance with all relevant contract, ANU financial policies and guidelines and legislative requirements, maintaining adequate audit material and coordinating the timely delivery of financial reporting.Candidate Enquiries: Donna Chan, E: Donna.Chan@anu.edu.au .The University actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more information on employment opportunities, contact our Indigenous Employment Consultant on indigenous.employment@anu.edu.auANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusionApplication informationIn order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria.A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.Other documents, if required.Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.Please note: The successful candidate must have rights to live and work in this country and will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. 
Director, CYPS Performance
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
The Child and Youth Protection Professional 5 (CYPP5) Director, Child and Youth Protection Services (CYPS) Performance has a significant role in delivering on the strategic vision of CYPS by identifying and implementing best practice policy and process improvements; managing the currency and provision of CYPS practice information; and developing strategies to monitor, maintain and audit compliance.This is achieved by providing strong leadership and ensuring their teams deliver outcomes that support our strategy of creating a continuum of care for our clients while meeting our statutory obligations.The Director, Performance, is responsible for oversight of policy artefacts (including publications) and quality assurance using an informed cultural lens. They will also provide support for the role of the Aboriginal Policy Officer position and ensure the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principles are embedded in practice. The position will also support and manage the implementation of any further policy related recommendations relevant to the Our Booris, Our Way Review.The Our Booris, Our Way review is focussing on systemic improvements to ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children grow up safe, strong and connected in their families and communities. The Review seeks to understand the reasons for children and young people entering care and to then develop strategies to: reduce the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people entering care; improve their experience and outcomes while in care; and where appropriate, exit children from care. Eligibility/Other RequirementsEssential qualifications and experience:Relevant tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Psychology or related discipline and/or equivalent work experience in child protection and/or youth justice.At least five years practice experience working with children, young people and their carers or families.Extensive program management experience at a senior level to achieve organisational outcomes.Current Driver’s Licence.Desirable qualifications and experience:Project management and or audits and review processes.Policy and program development and management.Prior to commencing this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 is required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to - https://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/1804.Educational, suitability and professional qualification checks may be carried out prior to employment. Notes: A Merit Pool may be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. Selection may be based on application and referee reports only. This position will be moving to a new workplace designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers will not have a designated workstation/desk.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Project Officer
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Our Vision: creating exceptional health care together.Our Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our community.Our Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and Kind.Position OverviewCanberra Health Services (CHS) is focussed on the delivery of high quality, effective, person centred care. It provides acute, sub-acute, primary and community‐based health services, to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website: https://www.health.act.gov.au/Canberra Health Services Division of Allied Health provides a range of allied health services including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Liaison Service. A strong emphasis is placed across all sections on accessible and timely care, delivered to a high standard of safety and quality. This is underpinned by the Division’s commitment to research and training. The Division works in partnership with professional colleagues, consumers, and a range of government and non-government service providers to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients.The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Liaison Service (ALO Service) provides the cultural emotional and wellbeing support to patients and their family. This position is temporary part-time for a period of three (3) years. The successful applicant will need to work closely with Cancer centre staff and community to develop and deliver culturally secure educational programs along with prevention and promotion materials. This position will also continue to work towards ‘creating exceptional care together’ by building positive relationships between Canberra Health Services and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Canberra and surrounding region.DutiesUnder direction of the ALO Service Manager you will perform the role of project officer to deliver key deliverables as required by the funding agreement of this position. You willWork with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and have a knowledge and understanding of issues facing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the health system.Communicate effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.Develop and deliver of educational packages along with promotional and prevention materials that are culturally appropriate.Undertake research and analysis and prepare reports, complete statistics and produce documentation as required by the funding body, Cancer services and ALO Manager.Meet deadlines and work with minimal supervision.Have an understanding of how the National Standards and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) indicators align with this role.Fulfil the responsibilities of this role as detailed in the CHS Exceptional Care Framework, Clinical Governance Framework, Partnering With Consumers Framework and all other related frameworks.Undertake other duties appropriate to this level of classification which contribute to the operation of the organisation.About YouCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Questioning (LGBTIQ) are encouraged to apply.Behavioural CapabilitiesStrong work ethic and ability to adapt to a constantly changing environment.Commitment to achieving positive results for the department.Ability to apply judgement, critical thinking and common sense.Position Requirements/Qualifications:Relevant tertiary qualifications such as Associate Diploma or Bachelor of Health Science (Aboriginal Health and Community Development) or equivalent, or willingness to undertake studies is highly desirable.This is a designated position and only open to Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander People. Confirmation of Aboriginality will be required before appointment to this position.Prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to:Be registered under the Working for Vulnerable People Act 2011.Obtain a Compliance Certificate from OMU (Occupational Medicine Unit) relating to assessment, screening and vaccination processes against specified infectious diseases.Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Note: This is a part-time temporary position available at 22.05 hours per week for a period of up to three years and the full-time salary noted above will be paid pro-rata.