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Location: North West Region | Bendigo Job type: Not provided Organisation: Bendigo Health Care Group Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Education and Training Reference: 32849 Job posted: 04/10/2021 Closes: 18/10/2021 Occupation: Education and Training Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Jodie White - 54547828jlwhite@bendigohealth.org.auSally Lima Reference: 32849 Occupation: Education and Training Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: North West Region | Bendigo Work in an environment that offers:A strong and positive attitude to teaching and supportive staffA diverse patient base that are friendly and accepting of people learningAn opportunity to work with a leading regional health service Mulitple fixed term positions availableClinical Support Nurse - Clinical Learning and DevelopmentAs part of Clinical Learning and Development within People and Culture, the Clinical Support Nurse (CSN) works with undergraduate nursing students and graduate, newly appointed and less experienced nurses at the point of care, enabling development of clinical competence to ensure safety and quality of care. Working as part of a team, CSN have designated areas across acute, subacute and community services, flexing to support other CSN as required. An opportunity currently exists to join the team with a medical portfolio in a part-time fixed term parental leave position.Classification: RN Grade 3B Year 1 - 2 (YU11 - YU12)Salary per hour: $48.79 per hourHours per fortnight: 48 hours Employment Status: Fixed term (12 months)Bendigo HealthOur 700 bed state of the art hospital was built in 2017. We are a leader in regional health care, combining outstanding services with a strong education, training and personal development culture. We have all of the latest technologies allowing our 4500 staff to deliver Excellent Care to Every Person, Every Time. Our teams are friendly and we offer a supportive working environment for career progression. Remuneration is in accordance with Victorian Public Health Enterprise Agreements and generous salary packaging arrangements are offered to all staff.The TeamThe People and Culture Division supports managers, staff and volunteers working at Bendigo Health through a range of services including workforce planning, resourcing strategies, employee relations, industrial relations, learning and development and workplace health and safety. Payroll and salary packaging also report into this division, providing seamless service for staff from on-boarding and contract development to applying contracts and ensuring staff get the right remuneration.The staff in the Division of People and Culture provide support and advice in line with our strategic goals and objectives of empowering our people and providing a positive work environment for staff and volunteers where they feel valued, safe and supported to work together in delivering excellent care and services.Bendigo RegionBendigo is one of Victoria’s fastest growing regional cities making it a great city to live and work in. Bendigo provides services for the region’s population of over 300,000 and so the city offers excellent schools, shopping and cultural precincts, sporting facilities and various tertiary facilities. We can offer generous flexible working arrangements - giving you more time to enjoy the fantastic restaurants, beautiful parks, walking trails and wineries within our region.Diversity and InclusionBendigo Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We embrace diversity and social inclusion and encourage people from a diverse cultural background, people with disabilities and Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people to apply.How to applyFor further information on the position please refer to the position description available on our website www.bendigohealth.org.au.  Applications are to be submitted online. If successful for a position at Bendigo Health you must provide evidence of your full immunisation record as part of the onboarding process.
Manager - Allied Care (Social Worker / Psychologist)
Melbourne City Mission, Melbourne
Job descriptionABOUT THE ORGANISATIONWe are a leading community support organisation working alongside people to live the life they aspire to, their way, providing a broad range of support in Homelessness, Disability, Palliative Care, Early Childhood Intervention Services (ECIS), and Early Years and Education service areas. A career with us means you are part of an organisation making a real difference. Find out more about us!About the programMelbourne City Mission’s Palliative Care was established in 1981 as the first community-based palliative care service to operate in Victoria. The service aims to enhance quality of life by providing specialist, interdisciplinary health care and practical support for people living with a terminal condition and their families and carers including the management of complex symptoms, loss, grief, and bereavement. The service is provided to residents of the local government areas of Darebin, Hume, Moreland, and Yarra.About the roleThe Coordinator of Allied Care is responsible for the overall management of the MCM Palliative Care Allied Care team, ensuring the standard of care meets the needs of clients, family and carers in a high quality, comprehensive, coordinated, and interdisciplinary manner. The Coordinator of Allied Care provides strategic and operational leadership of the Allied Care team within the interdisciplinary team.Duties of this role may include but are not limited to the following:Using adaptive leadership principles, provide senior leadership, management, and coordination of Melbourne City Mission Palliative Care Allied Care staff.Demonstrate clinical leadership, reflected in professional behaviour and communication with stakeholders in community and inpatient settings.Promote the organisational culture of continuous improvementEnsure the employment, orientation and practice of staff employed by MCM Palliative Care is in accordance with MCM policy and procedures and industry practice standards.Promote effective communication within the interdisciplinary team to ensure optimal client/carer managementFacilitate and support Allied Care Team learning and developmentSkills and experience Essential:A tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline, Psychology or Social Work.Minimum of 5 years of demonstrated experience in a health and/or human services environment.Proven experience in effectively managing staff to meet operational and service requirements.Advanced knowledge and skills in the principles and practices of palliative care delivery.Excellent time management and organisational skills.Demonstrated competency with mobile information technology and associated programs.Current Victorian driver’s licence.Desirable:Understanding and awareness of Victorian Department of Health Palliative Care Policy.Previous Palliative Care experience.For more information, including a position description, closing date and how to apply, please click “Apply Now” to be redirected to our website.For more details or assistance with application submission please email: recruitment@mcm.org.au using the subject line: Coordinator of Allied Care via EthicalJobs.Applicants will be required to undergo a pre-employment safety screening process as part of the MCM selection process. Appointments to MCM roles will be subject to the following safety screening checks (as applicable to the role): National (and International if applicable) Police Check (which includes Proof of Identity Check), Victorian Employee Working with Children Check, NDIS Worker Screening Check, Right to Work in Australia and current and valid driver licence. All costs associated with safety checks (except National Police Check) will be at applicants’ expense.OUR COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITYAt MCM, we embrace differences in gender, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background, disability, religion and sexual orientation. We know that diversity and inclusion helps us to attract, recruit, engage and retain a team of talented people. If you require specific support to apply for this position, please email recruitment@mcm.org.au.A position description is attached.
Clinical Case Manager - Full-time/Permanent
Monash Health, Melbourne, Southern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Nursing Reference: 49746 Job posted: 06/10/2021 Closes: 20/10/2021 Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Nursing Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: John Cunningham - 8541 6333 Reference: 49746 Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Nursing Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Full Time  (5 days a week at 76 Hours p/fortnight)Excellent Team Culture; and Free Onsite Staff Parking.Acknowledging the vital role they play in providing healthcare to our community, Monash Health proudly supports the WHO 2021 International Year of Health and Care Workers.About UsAbout Monash HealthMonash health provides a world of healthcare across south eastern Melbourne, uniquely integrating primary, secondary and tertiary health services as well as world-renowned research and teaching facilities. We employee more than 18,000 staff who work across 40 care locations. In Monash Health your own growth and development is important and with us you can really be your best. For more information please visit www.monashhealth.org.About the Role As a Case Manager you will work collaboratively with other clinicians to ensure high quality of care is provided to consumers in the service area. We will look to you to provide comprehensive mental health assessments and demonstrate competence in managing complex, mental health issues whilst adjusting to changing priorities.  About You You are an innovative thinker and are passionate about taking part in achieving excellence. Your ambitious and supportive disposition will see you collaborate with your team to reach many goals one being of course, great outcomes for mental health consumers. Your approach is patient centred and view exceptional outcomes as a top priority.We are looking for someone with:Community experience (case management preferred);  Clinical background;Patient centred; and  A team focused approach.  Monash Health will offer:Monthly ADO’s;Salary Packaging;  Access to professional development; Friendly and supportive culture; and  Flexible working arrangements. How to ApplyMonash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles.Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered.Existing Monash Health Employees should apply using your Monash Health employee account. For any queries contact Recruitment Services on 92652776.Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed.  These include:reference checks;a clear Police Check conducted within the last three months;a current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same);andproof of immunisation.As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interviewIn accordance with recent Victorian Public Health directions all employees working in the Public Health system need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and be required to provide evidence of their vaccination status.   All candidates that are recommended for appointment will be required to provide evidence they meet the vaccination criteria.This will be by providing  a copy of your immunisation history statement,  which can be accessed via My Gov, or evidence that you have a vaccination appointment before 1 November 2021.  This evidence will need to be uploaded to the E Recruit system.Offers of employment will only be made to candidates that can provide evidence that they meet the above requirements.  If you are unsure of these requirements please contact the Recruitment Manager for this vacancy .
IT Operations Support Officer - COVID19 Technology Response Team
Monash Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Analyst, IT and Telecommunications Reference: 49720 Job posted: 06/10/2021 Closes: 20/10/2021 Occupation: Analyst, IT and Telecommunications Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Jacki Considine - 95941736 Reference: 49720 Occupation: Analyst, IT and Telecommunications Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Acknowledging the vital role they play in providing healthcare to our community, Monash Health proudly supports the WHO 2021 International Year of Health and Care Workers.About Monash HealthMonash Health is Victoria’s largest public health service. We are proud to provide healthcare to one quarter of Melbourne’s population, across the entire life-span from newborn and children, to adults, the elderly, their families and carers. More than 18,000 employees work at over 40 care locations across south eastern Melbourne, including Monash Medical Centre, Monash Children’s Hospital, Moorabbin Hospital, Dandenong Hospital, Casey Hospital, Kingston Centre, Cranbourne Centre, and an extensive network of rehabilitation, aged care, community health and mental health facilities. For more information please visit www.monashhealth.org.About Monash Health Digital Health DivisionThe Digital Health Division (DHD) is a newly formed division at Monash Health under one executive sponsor (Executive Director Information Development) that combines three departments:Technology Operations – provides support for the use and development of Information and Communications Technology across Monash Health.DHD Project Management Office (PMO) – the objective of the DHD PMO is to achieve consistently successful project execution that is efficient and well managed. The DHD PMO serves as a centralised project management service for all projects related to Monash Health’s division of Information Development; andElectronic Medical Record (EMR) Program – department responsible for the implementation of the organisation wide EMR which will allow clinicians to be able to access a patient’s clinical information in one place easily.This structure ensures a cohesive delivery of an Information System goal of moving towards a paperless health care environment while simultaneously supporting the priorities and needs of the health service.  Designed well, ICT combined with the EMR will streamline clinical workflow and processes delivering improvement in quality and efficiency, with a high level of user experience improving patient care.Job summaryPurposeThe position of IT Operations Support Officer forms part of the COVID Technology Support team within the Technology Business Services (TBS) department as part of Digital Health division of Monash Health.The COVID Technology Support team is responsible for supporting the technology behind our COVID response activities, such as: COVID Screening, Vaccination Hubs, Contact Tracing, Virtual Care, and other related work within the hospital and mobile/pop-up COVID clinics.The COVID Technology Support team is also responsible for supporting projects and other technology services as identified by the Director of Technology Business ServicesThe COVID Technology Support team is technology and customer focussed and will work closely with both clinical and administrative teams to ensure the best possible outcomes for Monash Health clients and patients.This position is based at Clayton but will be required to work across the various Monash Health sites. This position reports to the Manager, COVID Technology Support.Key result areas:Microsoft Windows System administration skills including knowledge in Active Directory Configuration and ManagementPowerShell Scripting and Microsoft IntuneAssist with delivery of network infrastructureProvide technical on-site support to internal customers across a range of diverse technologies, including but not limited to networking services, cloud services and server infrastructureProvide technical phone, and email assistance as an escalation point of contact in support of the Service DeskProvide clients with timely updates, resolutions within SLAsUse of ticketing system and maintaining documentationBuild and leverage relationships internally across Technology Business Services teams such as Service Desk, Infrastructure, Desktop Experience, and Support Services.Provide quality assurance for all project deliverables including documentation requirements, design, test plans and handover documentation.Demonstrate teamwork, can work alone, and have excellent communication skills with team colleagues as well as other staff and managementParticipate in ad hoc projects as directed by TBS managementOther duties as assigned from time to time by TBS management.Person specificationQualifications/registrations/licences (italics indicate desirable)Tertiary and/or Industry Qualifications in relevant fieldIndustry Certifications relating to service delivery methodologies (such as ITIL) Technical skills/knowledge/experience:Prior experience in a Senior Service Desk role or similarMinimum 5 years’ experience in a Service Desk role or similarAdvanced knowledge of Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams/SharePointAdvanced knowledge of Microsoft Windows 10Good working knowledge of Active Directory, Group Policy, and ExchangeGood working knowledge of Windows Server Operating SystemsKnowledge of networking infrastructureKnowledge of telephony systemsKnowledge of patient alert systems such as Nurse Call, Duress, and Paging desirableExposure to SCCM and IntuneExposure to VMWareExperience with server and system performance tuning, design and implementation, monitoring and maintenanceFamiliarity with networking services: DNS, DHCPProficient with PowerShell and Scripting languagesAdvanced analytical troubleshooting skillsA strong desire and capability to listen, analyse and recommendExceptional verbal, written communication skillsExcellent interpersonal and relationship building skillsCapabilitiesIs consistent, reliable, and approachableOffers to help others in achieving common goalsMaintains ongoing communication with others to ensure a ‘partnership approach’ to goal achievementTakes time to understand and address others’ requestsDemonstrates respect for others in all interactionsConsiders the impact of own actions on othersPresents opinions, ideas and/or facts clearly with enthusiasmStrives to deliver quality, timely patient/client serviceWorks effectively with a diverse range of peopleHelps others feel welcome and includedDeals constructively with mistakes and setbacksHas a realistic view of own strength and weaknessesMeasures own improvement in performance against learning undertakenHas a positive ‘can do’ attitudeRegularly seeks feedback both informal and formal on progress and performanceTakes pride in managing own time and resources effectivelyConsistently delivers high quality, best practice care – even under time pressuresOther position requirementsAs we support a culture of safety through employee immunisation, there must be documentation provided confirming completed immunisation on employment at Monash HealthCurrent and satisfactory Police Check (must also comply with Aged Care Act 1997 Accountability Amendment Principles 2012 if working in Aged Care setting)Current and satisfactory Working with Children Check.Applicants who are new to Monash Health will be required to enter into an Employment Agreement before commencementApplicants who are new to Monash Health must provide evidence of immunisation before they can receive an offer of employmentThis role requires the applicant to hold and maintain a current driver’s license valid in the State of Victoria.If required, scheduled on call work.What We Offer:Salary packaging On-site fitness centreOn-site subsidised car parkingMonthly ADO’s (available for full-time employees)Free lifestyle management seminars (superannuation, retirement, etc.)Access to salary packaging, private health insurance and industry banking at competitive rates.How to ApplyMonash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles.Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered.Existing Monash Health Employees should apply using your Monash Health employee account. For any queries regarding employee accounts contact Recruitment Services by email – recruitment@monashhealth.org. Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed.  These include:reference checks;a clear Police Check conducted within the last three months;a current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same);andproof of immunisation.As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interview.In accordance with recent Victorian Public Health directions all employees working in the Public Health system need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and be required to provide evidence of their vaccination status.   All candidates that are recommended for appointment will be required to provide evidence they meet the vaccination criteria.This will be by providing  a copy of your immunisation history statement,  which can be accessed via My Gov, or evidence that you have a vaccination appointment before 1 November 2021.  This evidence will need to be uploaded to the E Recruit system.This will be by providing  a copy of your immunisation history statement,  which can be accessed via My Gov, or evidence that you have a vaccination appointment before 1 November 2021.  This evidence will need to be uploaded to the E Recruit system.Offers of employment will only be made to candidates that can provide evidence that they meet the above requirements.  If you are unsure of these requirements please contact the Recruitment Manager for this vacancy .
Counselling Allied Health Manager
Marie Stopes Australia, Melbourne
Job descriptionAbout usWe are an independent, non-profit organisation dedicated to ensuring sexual and reproductive health services are equally accessible to all people living in Australia. Marie Stopes Australia is the only national accredited provider of abortion, contraception and vasectomy services, and the country’s longest running provider of teleabortion. Our holistic, client-centred approach empowers individuals to control their reproductive health safely, and with dignity, regardless of their circumstances. Through active partnerships with healthcare providers, researchers and communities, our models of care ensure the total wellbeing of our clients is supported at every stage.Your purpose:The Allied Health Manager will lead the Counselling Service’s three streams – Intake, Counselling and Case Management. Providing strategic direction, leadership and innovation you will be responsible for the counselling services, quality assurance, professional development and administration of the overall counselling service provision.You will ensure best practice in Trauma Informed counselling is delivered across the counselling service as well as overseeing statistical data collection systems, ensuring effective and efficient procedures are in place to meet reporting requirements. You will contribute to quality improvement and see that compliance with legislative requirements in constantly met. You will present yourself as a representative of Marie Stopes in all interactions and constantly lead the unified mission of quality client care within the team.Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:Ensure best practice in Trauma Informed counselling is delivered across counselling servicesMaintain engagement with Social Work Student Placement partnersProvide non-directive pregnancy options counselling and support-based counselling for women and pregnant people in line with Marie Stopes Australia’s policies and procedures as requiredLeadership and management of counselling service, including the ability to work under broad direction, exercise original thinking and drive service innovation and delivery of new services.Maintain and monitor the counselling program statistical data collection systems and ensure effective and efficient procedures are in place to meet reporting requirementsEstablish and maintain collaborative and productive working relationships with all stakeholders and partners, both internally and externally.Ensure that service goals are met in accordance with established counselling values, policies, procedures and legislation.Manage counselling contact systems including referral, intake, assessments, allocation reviews and data collectionEnsure the counselling team is adequately resourced and new staff are appropriately inducted, trained and supported, particularly within the frameworks of Trauma Informed Practices, Attachment based Practices, client centred modalities and short-term decision based psychotherapyMaintain an effective and collaborative relationship with internal stakeholders to ensure effective provision of counselling services and the integration of counselling services with other clinical and non-clinical functionsParticipate in team planning, reference groups and working parties inside and outside the organisation where appropriateProvide leadership for the counselling team’s clinical development and performance, including performance management, performance reviews and clinical oversight and complianceContribute to the achievement of quality improvement, both in terms of individual and service performance by encouraging an environment where high quality work is achieved and supported by the adherence to and development of quality systems and documentationEnsure adequate systems are in place so all counselling records are maintained according to legislative requirements.Monitor compliance with legislative requirements and risk management strategies within area of responsibility, and report breaches of incidents to appropriate leaders and regulatory bodies as requiredMaintain up to date progress notes, case files and data entry across the team and all records to be stored safely.Manage and respond to any counselling based feedback or complaintsSupport Nurse Unit Managers in managing complaints as required and appropriateProvide non-judgmental pregnancy options counsellingEstablish best practice case managementHold yourself and others accountable to achieving the Marie Stopes mission and valuesUtilise and interact in a positive manner with all internal and external stakeholdersWhat we need:Minimum 5 years social work experience and relevant Social Worker qualificationMembership with AASWEligibility for Medicare Provider NumberFiercely Pro-choice and champion of women and pregnant people’s rightsPassionate about de-stigmatising abortion, sexual and reproductive healthExcellent time management skillsClear, professional and articulate communicationEmpathetic and supportive approachNon-judgemental attitudeMinimum 3 years management experienceDemonstrated change management skills.Experience in developing and implementing case management servicesUnderstanding of Digital Mental Health StandardsExtensive Counselling experienceStrategic and forward-thinkingExcellent problem-solving skillsWhat we're offering:Generous salary packaging (considerably reducing your tax)Opportunity to work with an incredibly passionate and skilled teamMake a positive difference while being a part of an organisation with a global footprintCompetitive salaryWho you're joining:At MSA we believe in children by choice, not chance.Person and community centred healthcare involves cultural safety, a diverse workforce and multidisciplinary skills. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people of migrant and refugee backgrounds, people with disability and LGBTIQ+ people.To be eligible for this position you must have an appropriate Australian work visa. Marie Stopes Australia does not provide work visa sponsorships.Integrity | Agency | Safety | Quality | Courage
Manager - Employee Relations
Orygen, Melbourne
Job descriptionJoin a leader in youth mental health, revolutionising services to our young peopleBe part of a supportive team with career development and growth opportunities in clinical care and research Fixed term available for 1 year with opportunity for further employmentAccess to generous NFP salary packaging and flexible work/life balance arrangementsAbout OrygenThe why behind what we do is important. We believe that all young people deserve to grow into adulthood with optimal mental health. Everything we do is focused on this outcome. Orygen is leading and redefining what’s possible in global research, policy, education and clinical care. Find out more on our website.The OpportunityPeople and Culture is seeking a Manager Employee Relations. You will be well supported operationally to ensure your career at Orygen is both fulfilling and rewarding without compromising on your life goals. If you have a passion for the field of youth mental health and want to make a real difference to the lives of young people and their families and carers and share Orygen’s values of respect, accountability, teamwork, excellence and innovation, then we would love you to join the Orygen team to revolutionise youth mental health. The role and your impactThe Manager Employee Relations plays a key leadership role as a member of the People and Culture team. It is a new role, leading the development of the industrial relations strategy to support the development of our new workforce, including the smooth transition of staff from other parts of the mental health network in line with the Royal Commission in the Victorian Mental Health System. You will:Provide strategic leadership and operational management of the Workplace Relations function, to ensure seamless delivery of workplace relations business requirements.Lead the development of a strategy and approach for disaggregation of staff from other health networks to Orygen, identifying risks and mitigation plans, developing key communications aids, and support to the transformation.Provide advice on Modern Awards, staff related Agreements, and associated industrial instruments or legislation (e.g. Equal Employment Opportunity, Fair Work).Provide end to end management of enterprise bargaining projects with a focus on research and analysis to assess options, alignment between enterprise bargaining activity and the broader people strategy, building detailed written bargaining plans through to implementation.Manage and direct industrial matters and provide robust technical advice on complicated cases and issues.Working with senior and operational leadership on EBA approval, execution and reporting.Work collaboratively with external stakeholders, including unions ensuring proactive and constructive communication and a resolution focus.Lead the development and management of People and Culture Policies and Procedures ensuring they are maintained and compliant with employment related obligations.Ensure knowledge of current workplace relations issues is maintained and pertinent developments or learnings are shared with the business.Work closely with the wider People & Culture function to integrate bargaining outcomes.Working with the P&C Business Partners act as the strategic Employee Relations partner to business leadership teams and provide thought leadership and guidance on all aspects of employee relations.About youEssential to this role is tertiary degree qualifications from a recognised institution in the area(s) of Law, Human Resources, and/or Industrial Relations. You are passionate, energetic and determined to make a difference to health outcomes for young people. In addition, you will bring:Strong knowledge of Fair Work Act (2009), current employment legislation and significant experience in the interpretation of awards/enterprise agreements and employment legislationDemonstrated experience as a consummate leader, business partner and change agent, with the gravitas to build high-trust relationships at executive level in a diverse and complex environment;Ability to drive the adoption of innovative solutions, truly embedding them into a complex organisation;Able to develop valued relationships with Senior Executives, Managers and staff alike.Politically savvy, able to achieve desired outcomes in an environment of competing priorities and objectives.Strong relationship building and stakeholder management skills, and the ability to drive positive change through exceptional delivery and results.An ability to work under pressure and manage conflicting priorities with ease.A positive attitude a sense of humour and fun.To view the FULL selection criteria and learn more about this opportunity, please go to www.orygen.org.au/About/Work-with-Us, download the attached Position Description or contact Pam White at pam.white@orygen.org.au using the subject line: Manager - Employee Relations enquiry via EthicalJobs for a confidential discussion.Salary and benefitsDepending on your skills and experience, a salary of $120,000 - $140,000 p.a. is offered plus superannuation and access to generous NFP salary packaging.Orygen is committed to providing an inclusive work environment that supports employees to achieve their career goals without compromising their life goals. With this in mind Orygen offers a range of employment benefits including generous paid leave, flexible work arrangement, an employee assistance program, well regarded supervision and a supportive team, career growth and development opportunities, purposeful work that makes a real difference to lives of young people and their families and carers and career opportunities within an organisation that is the leader in youth mental health.How to applyPlease click the "Apply Now" button and follow the instructions. You are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible. Orygen may close the advertisement before the closing date. Orygen is dedicated to gender equality, diversity and inclusivity. We strive to continue to build a culturally safe workplace where our values underpin the way we work and our commitment to First Nations people of Australia, young people and their families, LGBTIQA+ people and CALD people. We strongly encourage applications from the First Nations people.Recruitment Agencies - thank you for thinking of us, however we do endeavour to fill our opportunities through direct channels wherever possible. If we find that we do need agency assistance, we’ll be in touch.A position description is attached.
Child Protection Team Manager CPP5.2 - Shepparton - Case Management Goulburn (CPP 5.2)
Department of Families, Fairness and Housing, North East Region, Shepparton
Location: North East Region | Shepparton Job type: Full time Organisation: Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Salary: $113,412 - $124,183 Occupation: Community Services Reference: VG/DFFH/CSO/00520957 Job posted: 07/10/2021 Closes: 27/10/2021 Occupation: Community Services Classification: CPP 5.2 Job duration: Not provided Contact: Allan Muntz | Allan.Muntz@dffh.vic.gov.au 03-5832-1705 Reference: VG/DFFH/CSO/00520957 Occupation: Community Services Salary Range: $113,412 - $124,183 Work location: North East Region | Shepparton The Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH) works hard to create equal opportunities for all Victorians to live a safe, respected and valued life. Our areas of focus are child protection, housing, disability, the prevention of family violence, multicultural affairs, LGBTQI+ equality, veterans, women and youth. The work we do benefits thousands of Victorians, particularly those who are disadvantaged and vulnerable. We work in a variety of community-based settings, including people's homes, residential facilities and secure settings across metropolitan, rural and regional Victoria. We are committed to developing and supporting a workforce that is well equipped and highly motivated. All jobs can be worked flexibly and we encourage applications from Aboriginal people and people from diverse backgrounds and abilities. POSITION SUMMARY:Please note: This position has mandatory qualifications. Please check the Position Description to ensure that you have the minimum requirements prior to applying.The child protection Team Manager is responsible for effective service delivery, managing resources and budget, cases awaiting allocation and small teams of practitioners. The Team Manager has the formal delegation to endorse and review case plans to bring about the changes necessary to ensure the safety, stability and development of children and young people and to promote the achievement of case plan objectives within specified timeframes. The position will work collaboratively with the Senior Child Protection Practitioners to strengthen case practice, provide effective service delivery and to support other practitioners.Are you?Committed to working with children, young people and families?Able to effectively engage to provide families with the optimum capacity for change?Continually improving your skills and knowledge to further develop your professional practice?Able to lead a small dedicated team of Senior, Advanced and less experience CPP's?QualificationsMandatoryA recognised Social Work degree or a similar welfare or behavioural related degree which includes:(a) a primary focus on child development, human behaviour, family dynamics and/or impacts of trauma; and preferably(b) a practical component such as counselling or case work practiceorA recognised Diploma of Community Services Work, or similar qualification which is studied over a minimum of two academic years of full-time study (or part time equivalent) and includes:(a) a primary focus on child development, human behaviour, family dynamics and/or impacts of trauma(b) supervised fieldwork placements (ideally completed within the child and family welfare sector) and at least one unit of study in case management, case work practice or counsellingandA valid driver's licence.A current Working with Children Check (WWCC) card.HOW TO APPLY:Applicants are encouraged to apply online, submitting a cover letter and a current resume.Please note: For this position, you are not required to address each of the key selection criteria in a separate written document.Preferred candidates will be required to complete pre-employment screening, including a national police check and misconduct screening.Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. Work eligibility will be checked as part of the recruitment process. For further information please visit the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Click 'Apply Now' to submit your interest in this position.
Clinical Nurse Educator- Day Therapy Unit
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne
Location: Melbourne Job type: Not provided Organisation: Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Nursing Reference: 20485 Job posted: 07/10/2021 Closes: 21/10/2021 Occupation: Nursing Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Sandra Day - 85595365Cassandra Fina - 85595365 Reference: 20485 Occupation: Nursing Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne Outstanding candidates are encouraged to apply for positions now open at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre – a place where our normal days are extraordinary; as are the people we care for.Peter Mac is one of a handful of integrated cancer research, education and treatment centres in the world. Each day our team strives to provide the very best in cancer care, even better treatments and potential cancer cures for all people affected by cancer.Globally, we are facing one of the most pivotal times in the pursuit of cancer cures, and Peter Mac stands at its forefront. Together, we aim to lead a new era of cancer prevention, care and discovery, supported by state-of-the-art facilities at our new home within the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre building.About Day TherapyPeter Mac's Day Therapy Unit is comprised of five patient care areas:Chemotherapy Day UnitMedical Day UnitTransfusion LoungeApheresisClinical Trials UnitYour role in our future.Permanent Part Time - 40 hours per fortnightYou will work with clinical nurses to drive a continuous process of improvement towards a culture of sustained clinical effectiveness in patient centred care, based on best available evidence.Through facilitation, collaboration, commitment, and leadership, clinical nurses’ knowledge, attributes and skills will be developed to enable this process.The Nurse educator in collaboration with the NUM and ANUM, and Preceptors assumes responsibility for:Ensuring all new nursing staff attend hospital nursing and unit OrientationEnsuring all nursing staff complete mandatory competenciesAssessing and identifying development needs for all nursesMeeting ongoing learning needs identified by competency and development reviews as outlined in unit orientation programWhat Peter Mac can offer you: Comprehensive orientation and clinical support plus a dedicated preceptorWorking with a supportive and inclusive day therapy teamSupport your work life balance with day shifts and no weekend workSalary PackagingEmployee assistance program (EAP)Our Nurse CARE programProfessional career development, advice and supportCentral city location, in a purpose build world class facilityAccess to our renowned short course program and post graduate studyFor further information about this opportunity, please review the position description or contact us for a confidential discussion.
Youth Outreach Case Manager - Southern Homeless Youth Assistance Program
Whitelion, Melbourne
Job descriptionLocation: Frankston Conditions: Part time, 4 days per week, Maternity leave cover until May 2022.Great Salary Packaging plus 17.5% annual leave loadingAre you a passionate Youth Outreach Case Manager who enjoys the challenge of working at the centre of an integrated and colloborative team? Do you like the idea of contributing to a nonprofit organisation supporting young people at risk? Then the role of Youth Outreach Case Manager might be for you! ABOUT THE ROLE:Whitelion has been contracted by DFFH to deliver the Southern Homeless Youth Assistance Program which is incorporated into the broader housing and homelessness system with the aim to provide holistic brief intervention and intensive case management.The outcome is about exploring safe and stable housing options and overall positive connections within the community.Based in Whitelion’s Frankston Offices this part time role will involve:Providing holistic case management and support to young people homeless or ‘at risk’ of homelessness/ marginalisation through the facilitation of outreach.Supporting with the development of independent living skills including exploring education, training and employment pathwaysHarnessing community effort through a place-focussed approachCo-ordination and participation in the engagement of multi-disciplinary care team approachesPromoting overall positive community connections and capacity building with young peopleYOU WILL HAVE:Commitment to social justice and value the strengths, resilience and courage of all children and young peopleExceptional team work and collaborative skills to find ways to support and promote others to succeedCommitment to the safety, wellbeing and participation of all children and young peopleA want to drive performance and participate in the growth of the organisationWHO WE AREWhitelion is passionate about creating a workplace that promotes and values diversity. Our vision is for a world where no young person is left behind, where all young people have the right to equitable opportunities to reach their potential. We exist to build positive connections and pathways to work for young people at risk. Success depends on the voice and lived experience of highly vulnerable, high risk young people, systems around them and the Whitelion community.WHAT YOU GET IN RETURNGreat salary packaging plus 17.5% annual leave loadingAn additional three (3) days gifted leave per year between Christmas and New Year plus two days well-being leaveGreat team environment and organisational supportAccess to Employee Assistance ProgramA position description is attached.For further information please contact Gillian Clegg, Area Manager at Gillian.Clegg@whitelion.asn.au, using the subject line: Youth Outreach Case Manager - Southern Homeless Youth Assistance Program enquiry via EthicalJobs.
Senior Clinical Advisor (VPSG5)
Department of Justice and Community Safety, Melbourne, CBD
Location: Melbourne | CBD Job type: Full time / 24-months Organisation: Department of Justice and Community Safety Salary: $102,637 - $124,183 Occupation: Prison and Corrective Services Reference: VG/1571106 Job posted: 08/10/2021 Closes: 28/10/2021 Occupation: Prison and Corrective Services Classification: VPSG5 Job duration: 24-months Contact: Victoria Veldhuizen on 0429 713 471 | victoria.veldhuizen@justice.vic.gov.au Reference: VG/1571106 Occupation: Prison and Corrective Services Salary Range: $102,637 - $124,183 Work location: Melbourne | CBD At the Department of Justice and Community Safety, we’re looking for people who want to make a difference. People who take pride in their work. People who get things done. People who are committed to making Victoria a safer place.We embrace diversity and strive to have a workforce that reflects the community we serve. We’re all about recruiting the best people, regardless of gender, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation or cultural background. If you think you can do the job and would be a good fit for our department, we’d love to hear from you.The department is committed to the safety and wellbeing of young people and recognises that young peoples’ rights need to be respected, their views welcomed and valued, and their concerns taken seriously and acted upon.If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process, or require an alternative format to any of the application material, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on this ad.For more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit justice.vic.gov.au/careersWe’re proud of the important work we do across Victoria. Want to be part of it?Great opportunity to join Forensic Intervention ServicesMake a positive difference in keeping our community safeAttractive salary between $102,637-124,183+ superannuationExciting opportunity to join Forensic Intervention Services as a Senior Clinical Advisor, Service Delivery and Practice, on a fixed-term basis for 24-months.What does the Forensic Intervention Services team do?As a division of Corrections Victoria, Forensic Intervention Services is a specialist program area that provides service users in custody and in the community with evidence-based screening, assessment, and offence-specific intervention services to support their rehabilitation. In doing so, Forensic Intervention Services is a critical component of the department's strategy to reduce reoffending and contribute to community safety.What will the Senior Clinical Advisor, Service Delivery and Practice do?The Service Development area provides oversight, monitoring, and reform of service delivery across the state, including across both prisons and community corrections. The Service Development area has responsibility for the management and maintenance of the technological systems that support service delivery and continuous improvement. The Senior Clinical Advisor is responsible for providing authoritative advice on complex clinical and operational issues relating to delivery of interventions to offenders across Victoria, and working collaboratively with key internal and external stakeholders, including clinical staff across the State, to develop and embed ongoing process and quality improvements in clinical service delivery. What skills should the Senior Clinical Advisor,Service Delivery and Practice have?As our ideal candidate, you will have demonstrated experience in the planning of programs and services for prisoners and offenders, and a demonstrated understanding and experience in assessment and use of psychometric tools.You will possess an understanding and awareness of the key issues impacting Corrections Victoria, particularly within the area of program and services for prisoners and offenders, and a demonstrated understanding of relevant frameworks for offender rehabilitation. What's in it for you?You will be working for the Department of Justice and Community Safety, which is one arm of the Victorian State Government, a recognised top employer of choice nationally. All our staff work to the vision of a safe, just, innovative and thriving Victoria.There are many advantages in working for the department, including:Job stability - Ongoing position as a member of the Victorian Public Service (VPS)A fair salary– enjoy great work conditions and salary sacrificing options.Transparent performance framework– approach your work with confidence in how you're tracking, working to professional development plans agreed on by you and your manager.Generous leave entitlements– provisions for many forms of leave; including personal, parental, carers, study, cultural, compassionate, and sick leave.Employee Assistance Program support– you are encouraged to use this short-term, confidential counselling service if you're experiencing emotional stress, relationship problems, conflict with others or personal issues. It is also available for financial counselling and retirement planning.To learn more about the type of skills you will need to thrive in this role, please read the position description.If you have any queries, please call Victoria Veldhuizen on 0429 713 471 or email victoria.veldhuizen@justice.vic.gov.au.We want to make sure all Victorians feel represented by the department's work. One of the ways do this is by recruiting a diverse workforce – we welcome people of any gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and cultural background. We are also committed to the Victorian Government's promise to increase the number of veterans working in the public sector.We're proud of our individual differences. We're proud of the many languages we speak and the stories we can share with each other. We hope you will share your story too.Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.The Department of Justice and Community Safety is continually working towards increasing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Aboriginal) workforce. The Aboriginal Employment Team aims to attract, recruit and retain Aboriginal staff across all our roles. This support includes a culturally appropriate attraction and recruitment process. To learn more, email aboriginal.employment@justice.vic.gov.auIf this sounds like a compelling job that you believe your skills would be a great match for, please APPLY NOW. Applications close Thursday 28 October 2021How to applyPlease click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police checks and misconduct screening.
Area Managers x2 - Victoria
Caraniche, Melbourne
Job descriptionWe have two new positions available within the Forensic Services Team to work in Senior Leadership Roles.About the RoleWe have an exciting opportunity for a leader to join our senior leadership team within Adult Prisons. As an Area Manager, you will provide leadership and management of a group of team leaders within your precinct to ensure that Forensic AOD programs and other psychological supports are delivered as per contract and customer requirements. The Area Manager is accountable for service delivery within their precinct at each location including workforce planning and management, KPI achievement and stakeholder management.About YouThe role requires a highly skilled, motivated, and organised person with experience leading a team, preferably within a forensic setting and providing operational and clinical management to a team.This is a great career opportunity for a dynamic strong supportive leader who enjoys developing cohesive, highly functioning teams who operate within a fast paced and highly demanding environment.The ideal candidate will be a leader committed to providing an exceptional level of AOD service provision to improve the health and wellbeing of some of Victoria’s most vulnerable offenders, and to providing a safe environment to facilitate current best practice in criminogenic treatment with adults.Selection CriteriaEssential:Management experience leading a team at a similar level or a comparable role.Ability to oversee AOD clinical service delivery to clients within a forensic or clinical environment.Tertiary qualification or equivalent in psychology, social work or occupational therapy or relevant and comparable qualification or experience.Proven experience in managing complex multiple stakeholders both internally and externally to the role.Knowledge of clinical supervision models.Project coordination and organisational skills.Excellent analytical skills and written expression.Current & Valid Driver’s License.PreferableRegistered Board Approved Supervisor or ability to provide supervision.Full professional registration with relevant body (APHRA or AASW).Alcohol & Other Drugs knowledge and experience.Experience with the Clinical Development Practice Framework.Experience working within legislative frameworks and statutory processes.Demonstrated understanding of MARAM/CSS framework and processes.To ApplyPlease contact our Talent Acquisition Team at careers@caraniche.com.au using the subject line: Area Manager - Victoria enquiry via EthicalJobs for further information on the role or a copy of the position description.Please provide your most recent CV and cover letter. Please note that candidates may be progressed through the recruitment process prior to closing date.