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Senior Health Informatics Specialist (Inpatient Care)
Mater Health Services, South Brisbane, Newstead
About the roleMater has a fantastic new opportunity for a Senior Health Informatics Specialist (Inpatient Care) to join the Digital Technology and Information division, to help lead and implement a newly formed state-wide portfolio focused on supporting Mater's Digital Health goals. This new position is being offered on a full-time permanent basis.A Catholic not-for-profit ministry of Mercy Partners, Mater is guided by the spirit of the Sisters of Mercy who first established Mater in 1906 when they built the first Mater Private Hospital in Brisbane. This was the start of a tradition of care and compassion for the sick and needy that continues to inspire us today. Through our extensive network of hospitals, health centres and related businesses, a nationally accredited education provider and a world-class research institute, we're working together to meet the needs of the community and improve your health and wellbeing.Digital Technology and Innovation (DTI) is currently going through an exciting period of transformation and this represents a career defining opportunity to join an iconic Queensland organisation.Salary range: $51.22-$62.48 per hour (Corporate and Administration Level 7) plus superannuationWhat you’ll be doingMater's digital plan aims to deliver a contemporary digital ecosystem that will enable the achievement of our broader Value Based Health Care goals.  Digital technologies will be a key enabler to transforming the way we deliver the Mater Mission of providing compassionate care to those in need.  Key components will include: Enhanced digital consumer experience capabilitiesAn Integrated Health Record, comprising a digital medical record system and new patient administration systemHospital-in-the-home and ambulatory care capabilities that enable co-ordinated and consumer-controlled careVirtual hospital capabilities, including support for models such as e-ICUA digital Operations Command Centre to improve capacity management, patient flow, service co-ordination and emergency managementEnhanced connectivity and integration for wearable technology and biomedical devicesThe Senior Health Informatics Specialist (Inpatient Care) is a specialist role that is responsible for understanding the complex design, functionality, clinical data and workflows of hospital inpatient services across Mater. In addition, the role will work closely with operational support and project teams to delegate, coordinate and oversee the build, configuration and optimisation of new and existing/legacy clinical systems, during this period of transformation for Mater.The role reports directly to Manager Health Informatics and is part of the Digital Health and Informatics department of Mater’s Digital, Technology and Information division. The role maintains key relationships and accountability in serving the clinical area/speciality for which the role is assigned.About youTo be successful in this role you will have:A tertiary degree in a clinical area of subject matter expertise, andHave demonstrated success in a similar role in a large and complex organisation.It would also be desirable to have:Certified Health Informatician Australasia (CHIA) membership and credentials are highly desirable.Postgraduate qualifications in business management, information technology, leadership, organisational change, education, or similar field are desirable.AHPRA Registration.A clinical background of at least 5 years, with proven experience in digital workflows, best practise, innovation, clinical documentation, and healthcare informatics.Demonstrated proficiency working in a tertiary hospital environment and understanding of clinical workflows in the acute and/or subacute inpatient settings.Demonstrated proficiency working with Clinical systems implementations or digital health projects.Demonstrated experience to manage and triage system issues and requests, or demand management frameworks.Experience documenting workflows in formal notations such as BPMN.Why join us?In return for your skills you will have the opportunity to work for an Australian leader in the field of Health, Education and Research and work with a team who make a real difference to the lives of our patients.In addition to being part of a workplace that offers compassionate care in the spirit of the Sisters of Mercy, pioneers in the provision of healthcare to Queensland for over 100 years, you will have opportunities to increase your take-home pay with our salary packaging options.To learn more - please view  Senior Health Informatics Specialist MCAS7 - July 2021.pdfApplications close on Friday 17 December 2021.**It is now a mandatory requirement of employment at the Mater that you are and remain fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Please note proof of vaccination (MyGov Medicare Vaccination Certificate or Medical Certificate) will be required as a pre-commencement document.
Health Information Manager Grade 2
Latrobe Regional Hospital, Gippsland, Traralgon
Location: Gippsland | Traralgon Job type: Not provided Organisation: Latrobe Regional Hospital Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: 15293 Job posted: 04/11/2021 Closes: 23/12/2021 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Ellie Devlin - (03) 5173 8501edevlin@lrh.com.au Reference: 15293 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Gippsland | Traralgon Remote Clinical Coder / Health Information ManagerLatrobe Regional Hospital have an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified Clinical Coder/ Health Information Manager to join the Health Information Unit Team in January 2022.Reporting to the Manager, Health Information Unit this role plays an important role in undertaking remote accurate, comprehensive and timely clinical coding across Latrobe Regional Hospital and assist in maintaining an effective and efficient Health Information Unit thereby contributing to the quality of patient care.The successful applicant will have:Successful completion of a recognised Clinical Coding Course (HIMAA or equivalent)Experience and demonstrated competency in Clinical Coding using ICD-10-AM Classification system across a broad casemix for a period of at least 3 years is essential and experience in a Hospital or health care setting is desirableExperience working with in-house software program Health smart iPM and AllScripts Sunrise Electronic Medical RecordHighly competent computer skills utilising varied and appropriate software programs (e.g. word processing, data management systems and spreadsheets) “IMPORTANT: All staff employed in the healthcare sector are required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 (unless a valid exemption applies). Evidence of Vaccination (or exemption) will be required to be provided prior to commencement.”Why work for LRH?A leading Gippsland employer, Latrobe Regional Hospital is Gippsland's specialist referral and trauma centre located 150km east of Melbourne. We are a purpose-built teaching hospital caring for a population of more than 260,000 people.Our comprehensive range of services extends to emergency, intensive care, elective surgery, allied health, obstetrics, medical and radiation oncology at the Gippsland Cancer Care Centre, dialysis and aged care.We offer:A friendly and supportive teamHigh quality patient careA collaborative and innovative working environmentModern FacilitiesElectronic Medical RecordsOur unique difference:Regional lifestyle opportunitiesAccess to excellent schools, health and transport servicesGenerous salary packaging benefits, paid parental leave and flexible working conditionsExpanding specialist services with future redevelopments & expansionsOur commitment to you:LRH is recognized as a leading learning hospital providing ongoing career opportunities.  We provide a safe and rewarding work environment for all of our staff and have made a long-term commitment to strengthen our organisational culture through leadership excellence, education and training.Now is an exciting time to join our team with significant growth on the horizon.Diversity and InclusionAt LRH we value workforce diversity and inclusion, where individual uniqueness is embraced. We value diverse life experiences and the perspectives of our people, whilst providing high-quality health care to all members of our community, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, religion, cultural background, disability, or sexuality.At LRH we are committed to providing positive employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and welcome employment applications from candidates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background. LRH’s Koori Health Liaison Officer is available to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent applicants on (03) 5173 8653.We at LRH strongly encourage people with disability and diverse backgrounds to apply for our roles.If we can assist you with any reasonable adjustments in order to submit your application for this role, please contact the People & Culture team via email at peoplecultureadmin@lrh.com.au noting your preferred method of communication and contact details and a member of the team will be in touch.
Office Supervisor - Health Information Services (As per award)
South West Healthcare, South West Region, Warrnambool
Location: South West Region | Warrnambool Job type: Full time Organisation: South West Healthcare Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: VG/1584446 Job posted: 16/11/2021 Closes: 05/12/2021 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Classification: As per award Job duration: Not provided Contact: Myles Hawkins | 0355631573 mhawkins@swh.net.au Reference: VG/1584446 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: South West Region | Warrnambool Located on the beautiful Great South Coast, South West Healthcare offers a comprehensive range of medical, surgical and psychiatric services. The organisation serves a catchment in excess of 110,000 and comprises of a total of 282 beds and an extensive range of primary and community services. Warrnambool boasts excellent sporting, education (pre-school to university), social and cultural facilities. The city’s award winning foreshore promenade is a 5.7km path that stretches from the breakwater along the coastline to the Hopkins River mouth.About the roleSouth West Healthcare's (SWH) Health Information Services (HIS) provides customer focused and efficient service provision to its internal and external consumer base.Health Information Services is responsible for electronic and hard copy record management, processing medical admissions, emergency reception functions, health data analysis, clinical classification, facilitation of research, data reporting, medico-legal record requests and privacy compliance.We are seeking a motivated and experienced administrative supervisor to join our team. This role will work collaboratively with the Health Information Managers and oversee the administrative staff, ensuring they are equipped in their roles, while ensuring a positive workplace culture is maintained and underpinned by the SWH values.The permanent full time position is supported by a strong and experienced leadership team. The ideal commencement date for the successful candidate is December 2021.What you bringAs an Office Supervisor you will have developed experience and skills promoting staff development, administrative efficiencies and overseeing complex data maintenance. Working as part of a collaborative and highly skilled team of professionals, excellent verbal and written communications skills are essential and a commitment to service delivery of the highest standard.What we offerYou will enjoy benefits such as:Excellent salary packaging options including meals & entertainment, novated leasing and additional superannuation contributions;Internal and external professional development opportunities;Ongoing professional supervision;A range of internal development opportunities focusing on personal development such as Mental Health first aid, resilience and mentoring workshops and comprehensive leadership programs;Excellent terms and conditions of employments.Who we areSWH is the major specialist referral centre for the Barwon South West sub-region, and provides a comprehensive range of acute, sub-acute, specialist, community, mental health and aged services.With a population of 34,000 and a catchment of 100,000 Warrnambool is the regional centre to Victoria's Great South Coast.To learn about the vibrant town and region please visit: http://www.wonderfulwarrnambool.com.au/How to applyA position description and further details can be found at our website under Careers.Employment Terms and Conditions will be in line with the Victorian Public Health Sector (Health and Allied Services, Manager and Administrative Worker) Single Interest Enterprise Agreement 2016-2020 with the appropriate classification Administrative Worker Grade 2The successful applicant will be required to be eligible for and undergo the following:Police RecordWorking with Children's Checkcurrent Immunisation statusApplications are to be submitted online via our website only under Careers and need to include: an application letter, full personal particulars, qualifications and experience; together with the names of two (2) referees by Sunday 5 December 2021. Note: If you experience any difficulties with this website, please email: humanresources@swh.net.au
Workcover Officer
Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, Northern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Royal Women's Hospital Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial, Communications, Marketing and Media, Finance, Human Resources, IT and Telecommunications Reference: 23670 Job posted: 19/11/2021 Closes: 05/12/2021 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial, Communications, Marketing and Media, Finance, Human Resources, IT and Telecommunications Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Lucille Wirtz - (03) 8345 2970 Reference: 23670 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial, Communications, Marketing and Media, Finance, Human Resources, IT and Telecommunications Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan  Workplace Health and Safety Support OfficerFixed Term 12 months contractPart Time position The Royal Women’s Hospital is Australia’s first and largest specialist hospital dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of newborns and women of all ages. To join the Women’s is to be instrumental in forging progress towards health equity for women from ground-breaking research through to the bedside delivery of multi-disciplinary clinical care. Creating exceptional experiences is at the heart of everything we do for our patients, their families, and our people across our specialised services within maternity, neonatal and women’s health. Workplace Health & Safety is focused on supporting the Women's to promote health and safety for all staff and to provide comprehensive services around Workplace Health & Safety and Injury managementThe Workplace Health and Safety Support Officer will be responsible for supporting Workplace Health and Safety team to administer the injury management and the occupational, health and safety programs across the organisation. Your duties will include (but are not limited to) the following:Administration support to the Return to Work team and customer service: Be an initial primary point of contact for Return to Work and WorkCover enquiries from managers and employees – both phone and email          Assist the Return to Work team with the preparation of correspondence to injured employees, WorkCover claimants, claims agent and treatment providersProvide a warm, friendly customer service to all enquiries, including answering telephone calls and passing on messages as required.  WorkCover & Early Intervention Payroll Administration:Set up injured employee filesMake payments as entitledPayroll reports provided to the Agent for timely reimbursement of weekly payments Administrative support to the broader WHS team:Compile statistical data and reportsCoordination of invoicingAssisting with the chemical management databaseAssisting with training bookings as requiredAbout youTo be successful within this role you will need to have:High level administration and organisational skills.A proactive team player with a friendly, customer service focussed approach and an ability to work in a fast-paced environment.Excellent computer literacy and skill, including highly proficient use of the MS Office suite.Exceptional verbal and written communication skills and an ability to work independently.Excellent record keeping standards and a high attention to detail.A willingness to learn new skills and develop professionally.Our offeringWhen you join the Women’s you unite with talented people who share your purpose and unwavering determination to advance health outcomes for all women. You will find a workplace that is collaborative, progressive and passionate about learning and working together in multi-disciplinary teams to ensure you find the exceptional in your everyday. Our staff benefits program includes salary packaging, on-site car parking and childcare (subject to availability), alongside a range of discounted financial, lifestyle and wellbeing benefits provided by our staff benefit partners. To learn more, please visit: www.thewomens.org.au/careers/why-work-at-the-womens/staff-benefits/We are proudly Breastfeeding Association accredited. The Women’s is committed to gender equity principles and our people have an awareness of and sensitive approach to violence against women/family violence matters.  The Women’s is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. We welcome applications from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including those from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders, people with lived experience of disability and people who identify as LGBTI. It is a policy of the Women's to provide reasonable adjustments for persons with a disability. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application or interview process, please contact the hiring manager listed under 'Contact Person'Ready to make the move?
Case Manager- Access and Support
Monash Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Education and Training, Health and Allied Health, Family Violence Workers, Medical Reference: 50651 Job posted: 22/11/2021 Closes: 06/12/2021 Occupation: Education and Training, Health and Allied Health, Family Violence Workers, Medical Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Ross Bracken - 97927747 Reference: 50651 Occupation: Education and Training, Health and Allied Health, Family Violence Workers, Medical Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Monash Health Community is excited to announce a new Case Manager within our South East Access and Support Program (SEAS) at Community Support Options.Support implementation of client centre practices for vulnerable Victorians experiencing insecure housingWork as part of a multi-disciplinary team to prevent or delay clients entering into residential careProvide systemic advocacy to improve service systems for vulnerable Victorians.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 our Community Support Options at Monash Health CommunityCommunity Support Options (CSO) is a dynamic and growing program that provides various supports to people in our community, to help prevent or delay the need for long-term residential care.CSO programs include Home Care Packages, Respite Services, South East Access and Support Program (SEAS), Give it a Go (GIAG), and Assistance with Care and Housing (ACH).Monash Health is the largest public health service in Victoria, employing over 18,000 people across a range of specialities.About The RoleWe are excited to announce new a new Case Manager within our South East Access and Support (SEAS) Program at Community Support Options.Monash Health Community, SpringvalePosition currently Working From Home (due to Covid-19 restrictions)In this position, the Case Manager for SEAS will work under Access and Support (A and S) programme provided under the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) or the Home and Community Care Program for younger people (HACC PYP) to support vulnerable clients to remain in the community through accessing appropriate, sustainable and affordable housing and linking them where appropriate, to community care and other support services.This is a full-time ongoing role, working across all of Monash Health catchments. The role is primary based at Springvale, however is temporary being facilitated in a working from home model due to Covid-19 restrictions.About YouYou must possess an appropriate level of knowledge and skills in relation to socially isolated, homelessness and or disadvantaged people. You will have a minimum of 2 years working experience as a Case Manager, facilitating client centred care. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, including assessment, care plan development and report writing. You will have intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Office, Outlook, Internet and client data base management systems. You must have 6-12 months work experience, working in a distributed/remote/ WFH You Are Also:dedicated to safe best practice & quality carecommitted to delivering patient centred care & a patient advocacyenthusiastic, compassionate & able to work collaborativelyexcited to be accountable for and manage specific portfolios in our relentless pursuit of excellenceWhat You Need:Relevant Qualification in health/ social sciencesDemonstrated work experience in the field of case managementCurrent Victorian Driver’s LicenseA working with children checkAustralian working rightsWhat We Offer:access to Monash Health in-house learning portals to further expand your acute clinical skills & knowledge baseavenues to further develop your leadership & project management skillsmentorship & career guidancesupport to attend relevant forums & conferencesa supportive learning environment, should you wish to undertake postgraduate studiesIn addition, you will have access to benefits including salary packaging to increase your take-home pay, access to onsite subsidised staff car parking and gym, uniform and the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).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);and proof of immunisation.A request to conduct probity checks does not guarantee that an offer of employment will be made.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 will be required to provide evidence of full vaccination. You will need to provide a copy your immunisation history statement which can be accessed via My Gov.  The evidence will need to be uploaded as part of your application.
Senior Health Informatics Specialist (Allied Health)
Mater Health Services, South Brisbane, Newstead
About the roleMater has a fantastic new opportunity for a Senior Health Informatics Specialist (Allied Health) to join the Digital Technology and Information division, to help lead and implement a newly formed state-wide portfolio focused on supporting Mater's Digital Health goals. This new position is being offered on a full-time permanent basis.A Catholic not-for-profit ministry of Mercy Partners, Mater is guided by the spirit of the Sisters of Mercy who first established Mater in 1906 when they built the first Mater Private Hospital in Brisbane. This was the start of a tradition of care and compassion for the sick and needy that continues to inspire us today. Through our extensive network of hospitals, health centres and related businesses, a nationally accredited education provider and a world-class research institute, we're working together to meet the needs of the community and improve your health and wellbeing.Digital Technology and Innovation (DTI) is currently going through an exciting period of transformation and this represents a career defining opportunity to join an iconic Queensland organisation.Salary range: $51.22-$62.48 per hour (Corporate and Administration Level 7) plus superannuationWhat you’ll be doingMater's digital plan aims to deliver a contemporary digital ecosystem that will enable the achievement of our broader Value Based Health Care goals.  Digital technologies will be a key enabler to transforming the way we deliver the Mater Mission of providing compassionate care to those in need.  Key components will include: Enhanced digital consumer experience capabilitiesAn Integrated Health Record, comprising a digital medical record system and new patient administration systemHospital-in-the-home and ambulatory care capabilities that enable co-ordinated and consumer-controlled careVirtual hospital capabilities, including support for models such as e-ICUA digital Operations Command Centre to improve capacity management, patient flow, service co-ordination and emergency managementEnhanced connectivity and integration for wearable technology and biomedical devicesThe Senior Health Informatics Specialist (Allied Health) is a specialist role that is responsible for understanding the complex design, functionality, clinical data and workflows of the allied health services across Mater. In addition, the role will work closely with operational support and project teams to delegate, coordinate and oversee the build, configuration and optimisation of new and existing/legacy clinical systems, during this period of transformation for Mater.The role reports directly to Manager Health Informatics and is part of the Digital Health and Informatics department of Mater’s Digital, Technology and Information division. The role maintains key relationships and accountability in serving the clinical area/speciality for which the role is assigned.About youTo be successful in this role you will have:A tertiary degree in a clinical area of subject matter expertise, andHave demonstrated success in a similar role in a large and complex organisation.It would also be desirable to have:Certified Health Informatician Australasia (CHIA) membership and credentials are highly desirable.Postgraduate qualifications in business management, information technology, leadership, organisational change, education, or similar field are desirable.AHPRA Registration.A clinical background of at least 5 years, with proven experience in digital workflows, best practise, innovation, clinical documentation, and healthcare informatics.Demonstrated proficiency working in a tertiary hospital environment and understanding of clinical workflows in the acute and/or subacute inpatient settings.Demonstrated proficiency working with Clinical systems implementations or digital health projects.Demonstrated experience to manage and triage system issues and requests, or demand management frameworks.Experience documenting workflows in formal notations such as BPMN.Why join us?In return for your skills you will have the opportunity to work for an Australian leader in the field of Health, Education and Research and work with a team who make a real difference to the lives of our patients.In addition to being part of a workplace that offers compassionate care in the spirit of the Sisters of Mercy, pioneers in the provision of healthcare to Queensland for over 100 years, you will have opportunities to increase your take-home pay with our salary packaging options.To learn more - please view  Senior Health Informatics Specialist MCAS7 - July 2021.pdfApplications close on Friday 17 December 2021.**It is now a mandatory requirement of employment at the Mater that you are and remain fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Please note proof of vaccination (MyGov Medicare Vaccination Certificate or Medical Certificate) will be required as a pre-commencement document.
Risk Manager
Bendigo Health Care Group, North West Region, Bendigo
Location: North West Region | Bendigo Job type: Not provided Organisation: Bendigo Health Care Group Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial, Education and Training, Executive Management, Health and Allied Health, Medical, Nursing Reference: 33194 Job posted: 22/11/2021 Closes: 06/12/2021 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial, Education and Training, Executive Management, Health and Allied Health, Medical, Nursing Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Sally Lima - (0436) 404 736 Reference: 33194 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial, Education and Training, Executive Management, Health and Allied Health, Medical, Nursing Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: North West Region | Bendigo Work in an environment that offers: An opportunity to further your careerThe ability to make a difference to our patients / residents/ clientsA supportive environment for career progression and developmentThe position:   Risk Manager – Quality and RiskAs part of Quality and Risk within Quality and Patient Information, the Risk Manager provides leadership in reviewing and maintaining an organisation wide risk management framework.Classification: Dependent on qualificationsSalary per hour: Dependent on qualificationsHours per fortnight: 80 (including ADO)Employment Status: OngoingBendigo 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 Quality and Patient Information Division provides leadership for the nursing workforce throughout Bendigo Health. Quality and Patient Information provides leadership and support for quality improvement, patient safety and experience and health information services across the organisation.  The division, through both Health Information Services and Quality have key roles in medical record management, clinical documentation, freedom of information, patient safety, quality improvement, risk management, external reporting and compliance requirements. There is a strong strategic and operational focus of promoting quality improvement, supporting the organisation to review incidents, data and systems to improve patient outcomes and efficiency of the business.Bendigo RegionBendigo is one of Victoria’s fastest growing making regional cities 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 trials 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 or Aboriginal 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.
Child Protection Team Manager - Investigations - CPP5.2 (CPP 5.2)
Department of Families, Fairness and Housing, Melbourne, Western Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Western Metropolitan Job type: Full time / Ongoing Organisation: Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Salary: $113,412 - $124,183 Occupation: Community Services Reference: VG/DFFH/WWD/459331 Job posted: 22/11/2021 Closes: 07/12/2021 Occupation: Community Services Classification: CPP 5.2 Job duration: Ongoing Contact: Rebecca Lynch | Rebecca.L.Lynch@dffh.vic.gov.au Reference: VG/DFFH/WWD/459331 Occupation: Community Services Salary Range: $113,412 - $124,183 Work location: Melbourne | Western Metropolitan 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. . If you’re having any trouble viewing this ad and would like it or any attachments in an accessible format (such as large print), please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on the ad. For more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Victoria | Jobs (www.dffh.vic.gov.au/jobs)POSITION SUMMARY: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.MANDATORY VACCINATION POLICY:The department is committed to providing and maintaining a working environment which is safe and without risk to the health of its workers and clients. The department may require its employees to be fully vaccinated against preventable diseases such as the current coronavirus (COVID-19) based on Victorian Chief Health Officer's Directions as issued and updated from time to time. Vaccination requirements may differ from role to role based on their risk category and the duties performed. The department's policy (attached) outlines the risk categories and requirements for employees working for the department. Where relevant, proof of immunisation status may be required.For this role, you are required to submit proof of vaccination prior to commencement. Please refer to the attached policy for more information - DFFH and FSV COVID-19 mandatory vaccination policy.docx (sharepoint.com)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 Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Victoria | Jobs (www.dffh.vic.gov.au/jobs).Click 'Apply Now' to submit your interest in this position.
Clinical Trials Business Improvement Lead
Monash Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: 50639 Job posted: 23/11/2021 Closes: 07/12/2021 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Deborah Dell - 03 9594 4605 Reference: 50639 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Monash Health is excited to announce a new Clinical Trials Business Improvement Lead within Research Support Services.develop and implement the Monash Health Clinical Trials Strategy and Work planimplement an action plan to meet the National Clinical Trials FrameworkAbout 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 RoleThe National Clinical Trials Governance Framework has been developed by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. The initiative aims to ensure that clinical trials are high-quality, safe and provide improved health outcomes for patients and the community. The Framework will be implemented nationally during 2021 as an extension to the Commission’s existing National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards for hospital accreditation and the National Model Clinical Governance Framework.The proposed Clinical Trial Business Improvement Lead will be responsible for two essential and inter-related functions within Monash Health: i) to provide Monash Health with strategic direction and assistance for effective implementation of the National Clinical Trials Governance Framework; and ii) assistance with the development and implementation of a business improvement program to strengthen and build clinical trial capacity at Monash Health. The business improvement program for clinical trials is intended to be a multi-year program and is in itself a requirement for accreditation under the Framework.This is a full time ongoing position based at the Monash Medical Centre Clayton campus of Monash Health.About You:Ability to provide high-level and informed advice regarding state and national accreditation requirements.Experienced implementation effective quality systems in complex organisationsComprehensive knowledge of clinical trial indicators, data management and organisational reporting requirementsDemonstrated ability to manage complex and major projects to achieve outcomes of an exceptionally high standardExcellent interpersonal and written skills, with the capacity to work closely with executives and senior cliniciansProven capacity to facilitate organisational wide changeKnowledge of relevant health service legislation and regulationsStrong analytical, writing and communication skillsWhat You Need:Qualifications in Science (including combined degrees), Medicine, Medical Science, or health related.Extensive experience in study start-up of clinical trials, including site feasibility and development of trial budgets.Experience in the development of Quality Management and Accreditation systems, preferably in large health services.Australian working rightsWhat We Offer:access to Monash Health in-house learning portals to further expand your skills & knowledge baseavenues to further develop your leadership & project management skillsmentorship & career guidancesupport to attend relevant forums & conferencesa supportive learning environment, should you wish to undertake postgraduate studiesIn addition, you will have access to benefits including salary packaging to increase your take-home pay, access to onsite discounted staff car parking and gym, and the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).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);and proof of immunisation.A request to conduct probity checks does not guarantee that an offer of employment will be made.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 will be required to provide evidence of full vaccination. You will need to provide a copy your immunisation history statement which can be accessed via My Gov.  The evidence will need to be uploaded as part of your application.Offers of employment will only be made to candidates that can provide evidence that they meet full vaccination status.
Clinical Liaison Coordinator - Genetics and Genomics
Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Melbourne
Job descriptionWho Are We?Victorian Clinical Genetics Services (VCGS) is a not-for-profit subsidiary of the Murdoch Children's Research Institute www.mcri.edu.au and provides a wholly integrated genetic testing, diagnostic and counselling service for health professionals, patients and their families across Victoria, Australia and globally. Our clinical geneticists and genetic counsellors work in close consultation with our medical scientists to provide the most accurate interpretation for complex genetic tests. VCGS also plays a pivotal role in research and development, driving translational research and policy development in the field of genetics.We are committed to ensuring a positive working environment that values all backgrounds and experiences. We cultivate an inclusive culture that is underpinned by equal opportunity for all and a culture based on respect, consideration and dignity. We are also committed to developing our people and fostering an environment where learning and development is central to our staff reaching their full potential.Your Opportunity:The Clinical Liaison Coordinator will support the service delivery of high-quality genetics and genomics testing through the Genetics and Genomics Division of VCGS. The Genetics and Genomics Division, as an instrumental part of VCGS, is an innovative leader in the provision of genomics services at a national and international level. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to support the full suite of testing offered by the Genetics and Genomics Division, including clinical exome and whole genome sequencing service delivery, mitochondrial genome testing, prenatal diagnostic testing, cytogenetic and molecular genetic tests, . As a valued member of the Strategy, Support and Development team, you will play a key role in providing excellent customer service to assist in building and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders. This is a diverse role that will provide you with the opportunity to gain experience within busy diagnostic genetics testing service and to expand your knowledge of rapidly evolving genomics technologies. In this position you will support the day-to-day operational activities essential for the delivery of world class genomics services.Your responsibilities include but are not limited to:Acting as a point of reference for troubleshooting patient test requests (e.g. seek relevant clinical information, clarify test requirements, explain funding arrangements, provide referral pathway details where necessary).Working closely with fellow Clinical Liaison team members and Customer Care admin team to ensure patient referrals include complete information and meet requirements for testing prior to triage meetings.Communicating effectively with healthcare professionals and laboratory scientistsCollaborating with VCGS medical laboratory scientists regarding patient and clinician information.Responding to internal and external emails and phone calls to deal with patient or clinician general enquiries and triage more complex enquiries to the Clinical Liaison and Genomics Business Manager as appropriate.Contributing to ongoing process improvements to aid efficient pathways from request to report.Supporting educational and promotional activities to assist referrers with an understanding of up to date clinical genomics test information.Assisting with data generation for service evaluation and contribution to research publications.Selection Criteria:Minimum Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Biomedicine with Honours in Genetics (human). Graduates of the Master of Genomics and Health are encouraged to apply.Knowledge and understanding of genetic counselling, including medical, genetic and psychosocial aspects, however, please note this is not a traditional clinical genetic counselling role within the clinic.Work with sensitivity to one’s own values and those of others.Demonstrated motivation, initiative and ability to establish priorities, set and maintain deadlines.Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.Exceptional attention to detail and a demonstrated ability to work to a high standard of accuracy as is required in a diagnostic laboratory.Confident in the use of digital systems, including data bases, workflow tracking systems and standard programs including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Experience communicating with health professionals regarding patient needs would be an advantage.What’s in it for you:12 Month Contract (Possible Extension).Attractive Salary $71,488-$82,030 per annum + Super (with Salary Packaging).Full Time.Flexible Working Options.Ongoing Career Development and Training.Paid Parental Leave Scheme.Health and Wellbeing Program and an Employee Assistance Program.Apply Now!!Download the position description. Any specific questions not answered in the position description should be directed to Justine Elliott Justine.elliott@mcri.edu.au, using the subject line: Clinical Liaison Coordinator - Genetics and Genomics enquiry via EthicalJobs.If you believe you have what we're after please click 'Apply Now' to proceed with your application. In one document only please place your:Cover LetterResponse to Key Selection CriteriaResumeIf you experience technical difficulties when submitting your application, please contact recruitment@mcri.edu.au quoting Position Reference.On occasions where we receive a large number of applications, we may close the advert ahead of the publicised closing date. We would therefore advise that you submit your completed application as soon as possible.All applicants please be aware that in line with the Victorian Chief Health Officer’s Directions, all MCRI and VCGS workers must have received at least their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccination by no later than 29 October 2021 and be fully vaccinated by no later than 26 November 2021, unless a medical exception applies. Applicants will be required to provide their Australian Government COVID-19 Digital Immunisation Certificate/s as part of our pre-employment requirements.We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, all members of the LGBTQI community and people with disability.Should you require any specific support or adjustments please talk to us and we will be happy to accommodate.All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Police Check and a Working with Children check is compulsory.Please note, applications will only be considered when submitted via the MCRI website via the apply now button below..Thank you for your interest in this role. We look forward to receiving your application.
Manager - Monitoring Evaluation Learning
RedR Australia, Melbourne
Job descriptionRedR AustraliaRedR Australia is a humanitarian organisation that provides training and skilled people to work with communities to plan, prepare, rebuild and recover before, during and after disasters and conflict. RedR Australia maintains a roster of more than 750 technical experts across a range of skill profiles including Information management; protection; humanitarian coordination; public and clinical health including pandemic response; logistics; water, sanitation and hygiene; disaster risk reduction and disaster risk management; and communications.Position SummaryPurpose of roleRedR Australia manages Australia Assists, the Australian Government’s humanitarian civilian deployment program, deploying technical specialists to help partners prepare for, respond to and recover from natural disasters and conflict globally. This role is directly responsible for the implementation of RedR Australia’s MEL and reporting capability, with a concentrated focus on MEL for the Australia Assists program.The MEL Manager plays an integral role in fostering a learning and continuous improvement culture within RedR, ensuring high-quality evidence and learning is shared, utilised and informing activities across the organisation (and where relevant, the wider humanitarian sector). The role liaises with external stakeholders including DFAT, UN agencies, NGOs, INGOs, Government agencies and corporate partners, often representing RedR Australia at the highest levels within these partner agencies. Due to the nature of the role, an ability to travel both domestically and internationally is an inherent requirement.KEY RESPONSBILITIESQuality MEL SystemsStrategically manage, maintain and continuously improve RedR Australia’s MEL systems, ensuring the overall effectiveness and integrity of the system and its activities. Responsibilities include ensuring a fit-for-purpose MEL system is in place and functioning well, overseeing data collection and analysis, and ensuring results contribute to service and program improvements, efficiencies, and opportunities to promote RedR’s work and reputation.Lead, with the MEL team, the implementation of the Australia Assists MEL Framework.Establish clear work systems, roles and responsibilities within the MEL team to deliver on the above.Work closely with the program implementation team to ensure that the MEL system is a ‘live’ capability that is actively informing RedR Australia’s partnership, training and deployment planning and delivery.Monitoring and EvaluationIndependently lead the development, preparation and dissemination of program or joint sectoral reviews, evaluations and analysis that contribute to program and/or sector impact, learning and improvement; Develop and manage external projects and consultancies for the same.Manage the monitoring, evaluation and continuous learning and improvement of RedR Australia’s training capability.Ensure knowledge management for MEL is prioritised and functioning well, including through piloting new systems, technology and theoretical approaches.Review and contribute to the development and ongoing improvement of organisational strategies and policies.Donor/Program ReportingEnsure RedR Australia is successfully meeting regular donor reporting milestones, including quarterly, mid-year and annual donor reporting processes, producing and submitting reports to an exceptionally high standard.Respond quickly and comprehensively to internal and external reporting requests, and inputting into other ad hoc requests as required, including program design documents.Participate as an active member in quarterly Australia Assists Steering Committee meetings, chaired by DFAT.Program StrategiesLead the monitoring, and in doing so advance the implementation of, RedR Australia’s core program strategies and action plans related to Gender Equality (GAP), Disability Inclusion (DAP) and Localisation (LAP).Work closely with internal teams and RedR’s partners to reduce barriers to implementation and ensure that organisational knowledge of the strategies and action plans is embedded and regularly shared.Lead a process of ongoing GAP, DAP and LAP review, ensuring lessons learned and emerging priorities are fed back into program planning and that, where relevant, the strategies are updated to reflect the same.Identify and optimise opportunities for growth and extension of the Australia Assist program in line with program objectives, core program strategies, and the Annual Plan.Stakeholder EngagementEstablish and nurture professional relationships with members of the humanitarian sector and relevant government agencies in Australia, UN, NGO and overseas government representatives, the Standby Partnership and others to deliver on MEL activities, both in Australia and overseas.When requested, advise RedR Australia’s Senior Management Team and Board of program trends, impact and learning and any related implications for strategic decision-making.Where relevant to RedR Australia’s activities, connect roster members and deployees with sectoral experience and support that may assist in their professional development and enhancing the effectiveness of their roles.Keep up to date with important developments and priorities within the humanitarian, emergency management and international development sectors; represent RedR Australia in related domestic and international fora.Management and LeadershipLead the MEL component of the Australia Assists program based on an ethos of collaboration.Provide leadership to, and management of, MEL team members, monitoring their performance and development in accordance in organisational policies and frameworks. Manage and ensure that team adheres to policy and procedures and comply with Work Health and Safety standards. Ensure that all RedR policies are observed in all aspects of work.Contribute to strategic planning process, business process improvements and an ongoing process of organisational development. Engage in and initiate ideas for continuous process improvement to enhance Australia Assists program efficiency, delivery and performance.In the event of an emergency or large-scale sudden onset disaster, be available to surge to any other area of the organisation as and when required.Ensure that any risks (program, operational, political, and reputational) to the implementation of the Australia Assists program are immediately escalated to the Director of Operations / Australia Assists Program Lead.Attend and engage in regular team, program or all-staff meetings (including remotely) when required.QualificationsPostgraduate degree in relevant discipline including international development, humanitarian assistance, peace and conflict, monitoring and evaluation.Satisfactory Police CheckEssential:At least 7 years’ experience leading the establishment, management and delivery of effective MEL systems for humanitarian or international development programs.Significant experience leading on program evaluations or reviews in a range of humanitarian, emergency management or international development settings; or senior program management experience with significant MEL-related responsibilities.Demonstrated understanding of, and the ability to employ, contemporary methodologies and approaches to MEL, both qualitative and quantitative.A demonstrated capacity to engage sensitively with people from different cultural groups as well as diplomatically with international partners including foreign governments to achieve program and organisational outcomes.Excellent relationship management, influencing and negotiation skills across a complex array of stakeholder groups including deployees, partners and governments and institutions both locally and internationally. Demonstrated representation capability.Demonstrated leadership and management experience, with the ability to mentor junior staff and create a positive and inclusive team culture.Excellent verbal and written communications skills; public speaking and report writing capabilities of a high order. A solid ability to negotiate sensitive diplomatic or politically ambiguous spaces to achieve an outcome.Advanced knowledge of MS Office, information management systems (CRMs and/or HRIMS), and capacity and interest in learning new technical systems as needed.Excellent problem solving skills with the ability to think critically and find innovative and creative solutions.An ability to travel interstate and internationally.Desired:Private sector experience delivering donor-funded programs.Demonstrative experience in adaptive programming.Experience in harnessing technology to deliver process improvements, particularly in relation to MEL deliverables.RedR Australia is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to equality when responding to humanitarian needs. RedR Australia is dedicated to employing staff irrespective of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, religion and age. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.Please note: Applicants must hold a right to work in Australia. Any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory Police Check and adherence to RedR Australia’s Child Protection Policy & Code of Conduct.A position description is attached for further information. If you have any queries regarding the role, please email redrhub@redr.org.au using the subject line: Manager - Monitoring Evaluation Learning enquiry via EthicalJobs.For more information on RedR Australia, please visit www.redr.org.au.
Cyber Security Analyst
Bendigo Health Care Group, North West Region, Bendigo
Location: North West Region | Bendigo Job type: Not provided Organisation: Bendigo Health Care Group Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Reference: 33231 Job posted: 24/11/2021 Closes: 08/12/2021 Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Tony Lou - (03) 5454 7373CSA2021@bendigohealth.org.au Reference: 33231 Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: North West Region | Bendigo Position Title: Cyber Security AnalystClassification: HS4 + Over AwardSalary per hour (exc. super): $42.34Hours per fortnight: 76Employment Status: Full Time - PermanentOther requirements:  COVID-19 VaccinationThere are two full time permanent positions available, based in Bendigo.About the RoleOutstanding opportunity for a Level 3 or Senior Systems/Network administrator looking to make the move into the exciting and rapidly growing field of Cyber Security.Reporting to the Cyber Security Manager, You will be accountable for the configuration, tuning, and operation of enterprise security management tools to detect and respond to cyber security related incidents. In addition, you will focus on delivering security detection, monitoring and prevention capabilities for both physical and virtual infrastructures while recommending specific measures that ensure a strong security posture for all member agencies.Key Responsibilities:Actioning/monitoring the Security ticket queueActioning/monitoring SIEM alertsChecking vulnerability scan resultsAssist in the administration of security mechanisms, such as network security, e-mail security, etc.Identifying system weaknesses, vulnerabilities and exposures, performing risk assessments, identifying remedial actions and work with internal support teams to perform remediationAssist with incident response activitiesMaintaining and updating security documentationAssist with the implementation of new and updated security mechanismsIdentify potential areas of improvement for security processes and proceduresAssist with operational reporting, including metrics and statisticsLiaise with infrastructure, systems and applications teams as requiredEnsure strict adherence to LMSS change control proceduresContribute to the development of Cyber Security Awareness ProgramsDevelop and maintain a program of self-development24x7x365 operation, with the requirement for out of hours work and escalation roster, which you will be compensated forBendigo 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 Innovation and Digital Services Division is charged with delivering technology solutions that deliver on our vision. As well as responsibility for the mainstream ICT services and support the division encompasses Research and Development, Innovation, ePR project, Project Management Office, Clinical Analytics and associated resources including the Chief Clinical Information Officers.The Division leverages ICT technologies and expertise to provide the technical foundations for innovation and transformation of our clinical service delivery. Critical to this is the successful implementation of an ePR in the acute setting and the development of innovative ways to use the data this will create. The Division is instrumental in building a strong culture of utilising health informatics and using data to drive innovation.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 or Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people to apply.How to applyFor further information on the position please refer to the position description. 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.
NWAMHS Deputy Manager - Consumer Workforce
Melbourne Health, Melbourne, Northern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Melbourne Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Medical Reference: 60950 Job posted: 24/11/2021 Closes: 08/12/2021 Occupation: Medical Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: John Belanti - 0430080457 Reference: 60950 Occupation: Medical Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan Deputy Manager - Consumer WorkforceNorth West Area Mental Health Service – Coburg Join the Royal Melbourne HospitalPart Time role Based at Moreland Community teamNorth West Area Mental Health Service is expanding the lived experience workforce and leadership roles to contribute to more effective services and better outcomes for people accessing our service.  The NWAMHS Deputy Manager - Consumer Workforce role is guided by the principles of consumer lived experience workforce values.NorthWestern Mental Health Boasts a sophisticated learning structure and we pride ourselves on supporting continuing professional development. Your new role:Work closely with local lead peer workers/coordinators across all teams to provide leadership, support area wide peer work initiatives and contribute lived experience perspectives in the design and delivery of the mental health serviceEnsure consumer perspectives are incorporated at all levels including planning, development, evaluation and training.The role is an area wide position and involves a range of activities which include travel between sites to support lived experience workforce, participation in lived experience leadership groups of the service and provide consultation with peer support workers, clinicians and managersAbout you:A personal lived experience as a consumer of mental health services Extensive experience as a consumer peer support worker including in public mental health Training, qualifications or professional development relevant to the consumer workforce Project management skills, including report writing skills and the ability to organise and present data An understanding of current Victorian mental health service systems of service delivery and issues, including clinical and community systems Benefits of working at Northwestern Hospital Career progression opportunities to suit your professional development goals. Enjoy excellent work-life balance working in a supportive and collaborative teamSalary packaging, onsite car parking and, close to public transport. The RMH is proud to be a workplace that champions diversity, inclusion and equality for our staff and our community. Our goal is for our people to feel safe, included and supported so that they can be at their best every single day. We encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies, and will consider adjustments to support such applications. Interested? If you are looking for a challenging role and can demonstrate the above capabilities, connect with us.For a confidential discussion please connect via the details below.All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working with Children Check Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment and COVID-19 Vaccination prior to commencement.
Ballarat - Child Protection Team Manager - CPP5.2 (CPP 5.2)
Department of Families, Fairness and Housing, Western Region, Ballarat
Location: Western Region | Ballarat Job type: Other / Ongoing Organisation: Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Salary: $113,412 - $124,183 Occupation: Community Services Reference: VG/DFFH/WWD/CPP5A Job posted: 25/11/2021 Closes: 09/12/2021 Occupation: Community Services Classification: CPP 5.2 Job duration: Ongoing Contact: childprotectionjobs.dffh.vic.gov.au - Kim McKinnis | 03 5333 6047 Reference: VG/DFFH/WWD/CPP5A Occupation: Community Services Salary Range: $113,412 - $124,183 Work location: Western Region | Ballarat 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. . If you’re having any trouble viewing this ad and would like it or any attachments in an accessible format (such as large print), please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on the ad. For more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Victoria | Jobs (www.dffh.vic.gov.au/jobs)POSITION SUMMARYAre youCommitted to working with children, young people, and families to make a difference in their lives?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?We are seeking child protection practitioners, senior leaders and child and family welfare professionals to join our child protection team in Ballarat.We can offer you:Flexible work arrangementsAccess to study leaveExtensive professional developmentGenerous leave entitlementsCompetitive salariesNegotiable relocation packageAttractive career advancement opportunitiesA friendly and supportive workplace cultureSteeped in history, Ballarat is Victoria's largest inland city, founded on the wealth of the famous Victorian gold rush, a legacy that continues today in Ballarat's grand architecture and streetscapes. Ballarat is a thriving hub of contemporary arts, events, food, brews, and wine with a fascinating heritage backdrop. Ballarat provides a cosmopolitan lifestyle and café culture, close to Melbourne with strong community connections through sport and culture.Ballarat provides an affordable lifestyle and has everything that you need. It is renowned for its excellent primary, secondary and tertiary educational options that rank in the top performers in the country. Ballarat is an attractive place to call home for both singles and familiesRole purposeThe 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.MANDATORY VACCINATION POLICYThe department is committed to providing and maintaining a working environment which is safe and without risk to the health of its workers and clients. The department may require its employees to be fully vaccinated against preventable diseases such as the current coronavirus (COVID-19) based on Victorian Chief Health Officer's Directions as issued and updated from time to time. Vaccination requirements may differ from role to role based on their risk category and the duties performed. The department's policy (attached) outlines the risk categories and requirements for employees working for the department. Where relevant, proof of immunisation status may be required.For this role, you are required to submit proof of vaccination prior to commencement. Please refer to the attached policy for more information - DFFH and FSV COVID-19 mandatory vaccination policy.docx (sharepoint.com)HOW TO APPLY:Applicants are encouraged to apply online, submitting a cover letter and a current resume. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.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 more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Victoria | Jobs (www.dffh.vic.gov.au/jobs)Click 'Apply Now' to submit your interest in this position.
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/CSOD/520957-2 Job posted: 26/11/2021 Closes: 12/12/2021 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/CSOD/520957-2 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. . If you’re having any trouble viewing this ad and would like it or any attachments in an accessible format (such as large print), please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on the ad. For more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Victoria | Jobs (www.dffh.vic.gov.au/jobs)POSITION SUMMARYAre 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?An exciting opportunity exists for a Child Protection Team Manager on an Ongoing basis in Shepparton - Case Management - Goulburn.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.As our ideal candidate, you will be required to demonstrate:Be responsible for the effective service delivery, managing resources and budget, cases awaiting allocation and teams of practitionersExercise formal delegation to endorse case plans and work collaboratively with the Senior Child Protection Practitioner and the Practice Leader to strengthen case practice, provide effective service delivery and to support other practitioners. Model leadership in a range of areas including expert knowledge of legislation, policy and procedure, the application of the Best Interest Case Practice Model and the ability to think critically and analytically to achieve best outcomes for children and families.Demonstrate advanced leadership skills reflecting competence in running reports from available reporting systems, as well as using and interpreting data to understand workflow, including blockages, case drift, recording and compliance.Mandatory qualifications or requirements for this opportunity include:A 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:(b) a primary focus on child development, human behaviour, family dynamics and/or impacts of trauma; and preferably(c) a practical component such as counselling or case work practiceandA valid driver's licence.A current Working with Children Check (WWCC) card.For more information on the accountabilities and key selection criteria and qualification requirements for the role please refer to the Position Description attached.MANDATORY VACCINATION POLICYThe department is committed to providing and maintaining a working environment which is safe and without risk to the health of its workers and clients. The department may require its employees to be fully vaccinated against preventable diseases such as the current coronavirus (COVID-19) based on Victorian Chief Health Officer's Directions as issued and updated from time to time. Vaccination requirements may differ from role to role based on their risk category and the duties performed. The department's policy (attached) outlines the risk categories and requirements for employees working for the department. Where relevant, proof of immunisation status may be required.For this role, you are required to submit proof of vaccination prior to commencement. Please refer to the attached policy for more information - DFFH and FSV COVID-19 mandatory vaccination policy.docx (sharepoint.com)HOW TO APPLY:Applicants are encouraged to apply online, submitting a cover letter and a current resume. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.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 more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Victoria | Jobs (www.dffh.vic.gov.au/jobs)Click 'Apply Now' to submit your interest in this position.
Digital Education Manager
Mater Health Services, Newstead, South Brisbane
About the roleMater Education currently has an exciting opportunity for a Digital Education Manager to join the Mater Education Team in a permanent full-time position.For more than 100 years, Mater has delivered quality training for clinicians and healthcare professionals. Today, we’re part of Mater’s state-wide network of hospitals and healthcare facilities. We offer a range of courses for beginning practitioners through to highly experienced clinicians. The quality of content we deliver is founded in the synthesis of leading research, evidence-based contemporary education and clinical practice.  The digital education team supports and enables Mater Education to deliver internal and external education.What you’ll be doing The Manager, Digital Education reports into Mater Education and is focused on leading and managing all aspects of the development, support, improvement and standardisation of Mater Education’s digital education applications.The role will provide leadership and support for a team of digital education administration specialists and will be responsible for identifying, reviewing and developing plans for the consideration of existing and new applications that enable education delivery.Specifically, the role is responsible for:supporting the Director of Digital Education in implementing strategic and operational plans across Mater Educationidentification and coordination of improvement activities aimed at achieving operational and business efficiencies and improved staff and consumer experiencelead the digital education team and work with other teams and stakeholders to deliver improvement solutionscoordination, review and evaluation of team workloads with input into strategic and operational activities associated with education deliveryThe manager will be responsible for all aspect of the digital education team including staff management, recruitment, financial processes and reporting obligations.The role will report directly to the Director of Digital Education and will require working and consulting with stakeholders across the business and the organisation. It is expected that the boundaries of the role will extend as external and organisational requirements develop and/or change.To be considered for this role, you will meet the following criteria: Bachelor’s degree in business, management or related field7+ years’ experience in a management or leadership role of small to medium teamsWorking understanding of project management methodologies are desirableStakeholder engagement skills: Demonstrated experience in engaging, preparing and supporting stakeholders through important business decisions.Ability to communicate clearly and liaise effectively at all levels (both internally & externally) ensuring communication is clear, concise, timely and relevant to the audienceAbility to take initiative for planning and delivering projects and work independently, manage multiple tasks concurrently, apply continuous improvement principles, and meet deadlines without compromising standards of service and quality.Drive and energy to produce excellent results and to continually find ways of improving relationships, outputs and processes.High level of both written and verbal communication skills.Demonstrated experience in budget planning, financial management and workforce management.Proficient skills in the Microsoft Office suite including Project, Visio, Teams and SharePoint.Strong customer service focus and approach to work, clients and vendors.Attention to detail and application of accuracy in data collection and reporting.Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to work flexibly and harmoniously in a team contributing to team outcomes.For more information please contact Sean Hunter - Director of Digital Education, on 07 3163 7968To view the PD, please click here: Digital Education Manager.pdf.*Please note we will be reviewing and contacting applicants as they come in, so please ensure you submit your application as soon as possible.**Please note, this role is currently based at South Brisbane but will be based at Mater Newstead as of January 2022.  **It is now a mandatory requirement of employment at the Mater that you are and remain fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Please note proof of vaccination (MyGov Medicare Vaccination Certificate or Medical Certificate) will be required as a pre-commencement document.
Intake Worker- Community Support Options
Monash Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Education and Training, Health and Allied Health, Family Violence Workers, Medical Reference: 50793 Job posted: 30/11/2021 Closes: 07/12/2021 Occupation: Education and Training, Health and Allied Health, Family Violence Workers, Medical Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Ross Bracken - 9792 7747 Reference: 50793 Occupation: Education and Training, Health and Allied Health, Family Violence Workers, Medical Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Monash Health Community is excited to announce a full time Intake Worker position within our team at Community Support Options.Support implementation of client centre practices for vulnerable Victorians facilitating their Home Care PackagesWork as part of a multi-disciplinary team to prevent or delay clients entering into residential careProvide systemic advocacy to improve service systems for vulnerable VictoriansAcknowledging 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 our Community Support Options at Monash Health CommunityCommunity Support Options (CSO) is a dynamic and growing program that provides various supports to people in our community, to help prevent or delay the need for long-term residential care.CSO programs include Home Care Packages, Respite Services, South East Access and Support Program (SEAS), Give it a Go (GIAG), and Assistance with Care and Housing (ACH).Monash Health is the largest public health service in Victoria, employing over 18,000 people across a range of specialities.About The RoleWe are excited to announce new a new Case Manager within our Assistance with Care and Housing (ACH) Program at Community Support Options.Monash Health Community, SpringvalePosition currently Working From Home (due to Covid-19 restrictions)In this position, the Intake Worker will have facilitate and coordinate an excellent first impression of Community Support Options by providing friendly, courteous and professional advice while facilitating access to services for all clients and carers. We aim to create a seamless support journey for both future and current clients/ carers.This is a part time ongoing role, working across all of Monash Health catchments. The role is primary based at Springvale, however is temporary being facilitated in a working from home model due to Covid-19 restrictions.About YouYou must possess an appropriate level of knowledge and skills in relation to socially isolated, homelessness and or disadvantaged people. You will have a minimum of 2 years working experience As a Case Manager, facilitating client centred care. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, including assessment, care plan development and report writing. You will have intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Office, Outlook, Internet and client data base management systems. You must have 6-12 months work experience, working in a distributed/remote/ WFHYou Are Also:dedicated to safe best practice & quality carecommitted to delivering patient centred care & a patient advocacyenthusiastic, compassionate & able to work collaborativelyexcited to be accountable for and manage specific portfolios in our relentless pursuit of excellenceWhat You Need:Relevant Qualification in health/ social sciencesDemonstrated work experience in the field of case managementCurrent Victorian Driver’s LicenseA working with children checkAustralian working rightsWhat We Offer:access to Monash Health in-house learning portals to further expand your acute clinical skills & knowledge baseavenues to further develop your leadership & project management skillsmentorship & career guidancesupport to attend relevant forums & conferencesa supportive learning environment, should you wish to undertake postgraduate studiesHow 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);and proof of immunisation.A request to conduct probity checks does not guarantee that an offer of employment will be made.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.
Social Work Lead - Grade 4
Peninsula Health, Melbourne, Southern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Peninsula Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Health and Allied Health Reference: 29396 Job posted: 29/11/2021 Closes: 06/12/2021 Occupation: Health and Allied Health Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Meghan O'Brien Head of Social Work - 0417386445 Reference: 29396 Occupation: Health and Allied Health Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan - Fulltime permanent - Social Work Grade 4 Lead Who We Are and What We Stand For Peninsula Health is the major metropolitan health service caring for a community of 300,000 people. Our Vision is to provide exceptional health and community care. In representing Peninsula Health, we expect all employees and volunteers to reflect our values: Be the Best, Be a Role Model, Be Open and Honest, Be Compassionate and Respectful and Be Collaborative. We are One Peninsula Health.What You Will Be Doing The Grade 4 Social Work Lead role will be responsible for fostering clinical excellence in Social Work service provision across acute, sub-acute and palliative care settings and more broadly, through supervision and knowledge translation. The role will work closely with the Head of Social Work to demonstrate expert clinical knowledge on complex psychosocial matters, provision of operational leadership, supervision, service improvement and facilitation of evidence based practice. This busy role will require a social work leader who is capable of working in a fast paced environment, able to balance competing demands, demonstrate a commitment to staff wellbeing and will motivate and inspire others. What You NeedWe anticipate you will have:- Post Graduate Masters Degree in Social Work relevant to specialist area of clinical care, education or research. •Demonstrated experience at a Senior Clinical level / experience in leading social work health professionals.•Eligible for membership of Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW). •Knowledge of current standards of practice for health social workers and supporting education, competency and workforce frameworks.•Expert knowledge of the application of social work theory to practice with demonstrated proficiency in psychosocial assessment, intervention, counselling, case management and discharge planning.• Demonstrate proactive, constructive, safe and creative approaches to problem solving for individual patients and service developments demonstrating high level clinical reasoning, analytical thinking and investigative skills.•High level of experience in the disability sector and significant knowledge of Family Violence, NDIS and VCAT •Demonstrated advanced level of recognised clinical/leadership experience and leadership expertise, including the ability to undertake professional supervision and promote professional competence in social work staff.•Demonstrated capacity to communicate effectively with a diversity of stakeholders (including consumers).•Knowledge of evaluation methodology, quality improvement and research skills/ experience including the ability to collate data to demonstrate SW service outputs and outcomes. •Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, collection and analysis of data reporting on service outputs and outcomes. •Competency in the use of Microsoft Office applications. •A current Victorian Driver’s Licence.What NextIf you experience any issues signing in or registering, please feel welcome to contact us - the People, Experience & Performance Team on (03) 9784 2700. Additional RequirementsPeninsula Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and individuals from all cultural backgrounds. We also provide a safe and supportive workplace for people with disabilities. To find out more about our recruitment processes, compliance obligations and to prepare your application to join our team please visit: https://www.peninsulahealth.org.au/careers/working-preparing-employment/Join Peninsula Health and help us to deliver safe, personal, effective & connected care to every person, every time.
Data Analyst - Neurology Research
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: 50915 Job posted: 29/11/2021 Closes: 06/12/2021 Occupation: Analyst, IT and Telecommunications Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Professor Thanh Phan - 9594 6666 Reference: 50915 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 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 RoleMonash Neurology is seeking a part-time Data Analyst to support the data management requirements of the Monash Neurology/Stroke Clinical Trials,Imaging and Informatics Division. This position will oversee the development of, and devise and implement efficient and secure procedures for, data management and analysis with attention to all technical aspects. The successful candidate will work with internal and external organisation data and research staff to prepare data for research use, assist with preparing reports, statistical comparisons, and data extraction.This is a part-time role, based at Monash Medical Centre, Clayton.About YouYou will be able to demonstrate:a strong understanding of databases, data analysis procedures and database languages (R and SQL essential)knowledge of statistical packages and statistical analyses (essential)a good understanding of the importance of research methods and data processing/managementexcellent written and verbal communication and collaboration skillsan analytical mindset with advanced problem solving skillsexcellent organisation skills, attention to detail, and a focus on quality and innovationthe ability to prioritise work, exercise initiative, and work with minimal direction Ideally, you will also have:a relevant degree/qualification in information technology, health information management, or scientific discipline or an equivalent proven combination of relevant experience and education/training What We Offer:salary packagingonsite discounted staff parkingdiscounted banking (BankVic)onsite gymaccess to professional development courses and seminarsHow 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);and proof 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.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.
Freedom of Information & Administration Support
Melbourne Health, Melbourne, Northern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Melbourne Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: 60633 Job posted: 29/11/2021 Closes: 13/12/2021 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Joy Barrowman - 93559735 Reference: 60633 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan Freedom of Information & Administration SupportNorth West Area Mental Health ServiceReporting to the NWAMHS Director of Clinical Services Area Manager & Functional accountability to the NWAMHS Health Information Manager, this position will manage FOI requests and other additional Administrative tasks as directed, ensuring all procedures are completed and responded to in a timely manner.Your new role:The position will service the North West Area Mental Health Service as a whole ensuring administrative tasks and duties including but not limited to:Efficient and effective data entry and records maintenanceReceive and process all Freedom of Information (FOI) requests in accordance with statutory guidelines and internal proceduresOther administration support duties as guided by the Medico-legal Officer FOI Officer & Executive AssistantAbout you:Excellent interpersonal and communication skills including the ability to liaise with management, staff, consumers, and carersUnderstanding of confidentiality within a health care environmentWorking knowledge of CMI, CPF, iPM or other similar patient information systemsExcellent attention to detailBenefits of working with us:At RMH we:Aim to provide a working environment that is safe and without risk to the health, safety and wellbeing of all employees, patients and consumers, and visitors.Speak up for patient, consumer, colleague and visitor safety, escalating issues if required.Deliver Safe, Timely, Effective, Person-centred Care (STEP) in line with our clinical governance framework.Are an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing a work environment free of harassment and discrimination. We promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace.Work in accordance with relevant policies, procedures, standards and legislation including those related to clinical or competency requirements, risk management, discrimination, equal opportunity and health safety and wellbeing.The RMH is proud to be a workplace that champions diversity, inclusion and equality for our staff and our community. Our goal is for our people to feel safe, included and supported so that they can be at their best every single day. We encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies, and will consider adjustments to support such applications.Interested?If you are looking for a challenging role and can demonstrate the above capabilities, connect with us.For a confidential discussion please connect via the details below.All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working with Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment and COVID-19 Vaccination prior to commencement.