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Manager, Learning Technologies
Austin Health, Melbourne, Northern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Austin Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Reference: 40186 Job posted: 08/10/2021 Closes: 21/10/2021 Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: shirley burke - (04) 7840 4249 - (__) ____ ____ Reference: 40186 Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research across 3 campuses in the northeast of Melbourne and state-wide. Austin Health is world-renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation.An exciting opportunity currently exists within the Clinical Education Unit (CEU) for an enthusiastic and experienced Manager, Learning Technologies.  The CEU is responsible for clinical education governance at Austin Health. The CEU has three pillars of education: Allied Health, Medicine and Nursing. This integrated team aims to ensure that Austin Health has knowledgeable, skilled staff which is reflected in the quality of care to our patients.  The CEU has a dedicated education precinct based on Level 4 of the tower complex as well as a Simulation Centre on Level 7 of the Harold Stokes Building.The Manager of Learning Technologies position will be responsible for the management of the eLearning service including support for the Learning Management System (LMS) across Austin Health. The role will focus on delivering excellent support and service for users and stakeholders in the system and provide leadership in the effective use of new and emerging technologies to enhance learning.  This position reports directly to Director, CEU and works closely with CEU educators and other organisation wide key stakeholders to identify and develop innovative and effective solutions for online training, education and development needs.As a Manager, Learning Technologies at Austin Health your responsibilities will include:Leadership within Austin Health to promote, support, sustain and encourage the effective use of Austin Health’s eLearning service Managing and providing subject matter expertise on eLearning Deliver operational eLearning services including:Develop courses using instructional design or similar methodologies Develop and test learning content Manage courses Manage reporting Support stakeholders and usersIdentifying training, education and development needs across Austin Health and working closely with the various stakeholders to develop and deliver effective solutions Liaising with and managing related external vendors to ensure good value, best practice, high quality service and support Essential Criteria:Degree relevant to education/e-learning with extensive relevant experience in education and training. Ability to think strategically in regard to emerging technologies that can be leveraged for teaching and learning within a health context. Knowledge and experience with current instructional theories and principles applicable to web-based training High level experience with eLearning technologies (LMS, SCORM, Lectora, Content Management etc) Experience in the design and delivery of computer-based training in a large organisation Experience administering a LMS/IT system within a large complex environment (Experience with Totara or Moodle LMS strongly preferred) Experience in customer service in a large organisation Work with us! Your reward is to work in a collaborative environment which will provide you with opportunities for ongoing training and development. Your benefits will include salary packaging, and employee assistance program.All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted and if required, a Working With Children Check. Austin Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve.? Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.
Manager Prevention and Recovery Centre (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: Medical and Nursing Reference: VG/1572571 Job posted: 07/10/2021 Closes: 07/11/2021 Occupation: Medical and Nursing Classification: As per award Job duration: Not provided Contact: Jodie Bateman Clinical Director – Operations and P | Jbateman@swh.net.au Reference: VG/1572571 Occupation: Medical and Nursing 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) Mental Health directorate has an exciting leadership opportunity for a driven and highly skilled clinician to join the team as the Manager of our Prevention and Recovery Centre (PARC).PARC is a recovery orientated mental health residential facility which provides an options for people who would benefit from a short period of additional support (up to 28 days), to strengthen their biological, psychological and social well-being. The role is responsible for the daily operational management of the PARC and its staff, including fostering a strong partnership with MHCSS Partner Mind Australia.What you bringThe successful applicant should demonstrate excellent communication, leadership and management skills with a flexible and dynamic approach whilst modelling the South West Healthcare values. Knowledge of relevant DHHS policies and legislation including the Mental Health Act is critical to the success of this position. Relevant qualifications as a Registered Nurse, Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or Social Worker and registration with the relevant Board or Association are essential.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 clinical supervision;A range of internal development opportunities focusing on personal development such as resilience and mentoring workshops and comprehensive leadership programs;Excellent terms and conditions of employment.Who we areAs an organisation SWH prides themselves on their values; Care, Respect, Excellence, Integrity and Leadership and their overall dedication to the local community.SWH respects all individuals and promote equity and inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people of all genders, sexual orientations, abilities, ages, racial, cultural and religious backgrounds and socio- economic status.SWH 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 39,000 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.warrnambool.com/How to applySubmit your application by selecting the Apply button below and include a cover letter and resume by Sunday 7 November 2021. Please ensure you address the selection criteria as outlined in the position description.Employment Terms and Conditions will be in line with either the Victorian Public Mental Health Services Enterprise Agreement 2016 – 2020, with the appropriate classification Registered Psychiatric Nurse Grade 5, Occupational Therapist Grade 3 or Social Worker Grade 3 or the Victorian Public Health Sector (Medical Scientists, Pharmacists & Psychologists) Enterprise Agreement 2017 – 2021 with the appropriate classification Psychologist Grade 3.The successful applicant will be required to be eligible for and undergo the following:Police Record CheckEmployee Working with Children's CheckCurrent Immunisation statusNote: If you experience any difficulties with this website, please email: humanresources@swh.net.au
Case Manager - Transition Care Program
Monash Health, Melbourne
Job descriptionPart-time ongoing roleWork in both the bed-based and community settingJoin an inclusive and collaborative teamBased in CranbourneAcknowledging 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 UsThe Transition Care Program (TCP) is a major policy initiative between the State and Commonwealth Governments.The TCP aims to minimise the number of older people experiencing inappropriate extended hospital lengths of stay, being prematurely admitted to residential care and/or prevent unnecessary presentations or admission to the Emergency Department. The program provides short term support and active management for older people at the interface of the acute/subacute and aged care (i.e. Community and residential) sector. The program is goal orientated to optimise the patient’s functional capacity and to finalise and access their longer term care arrangements or maintenance at home.The TCP can be provided as a bed based or as a home based service. By offering case management, low intensity therapy and personal support, TCP allows older people more time and support in a non-hospital environment to complete their restorative processes, optimise their functional capacity and finalise their long term care arrangements.About the RoleThe TCP case management role will work closely and collaboratively with the interdisciplinary team, the Senior Clinicians and the TCP Manager to provide high level case management to the TCP clients across both the bed-based and home-based settings.The case manager will work closely with the local team to deliver quality services to clients through strong clinical expertise. The position acts as a resource person on physiotherapist matters to other team members. The position aims to provide a flexible and responsive service that works to meet each client’s identified Transition Care goals. The case manager will have extensive knowledge of community services and the residential aged care sector and has highly developed skills in working with carers and families. The position involves working across TCP’s Home Based/Community Program and the Bed Based Program.About YouHighly developed case management and clinical skillsExperience working in a health-related field and/or acute inpatient, rehabilitation, TCP, community or aged careDemonstrated ability to show initiative, work independently and also work as a team member within the interdisciplinary teamExperience working within the public healthcare sectorDynamic and flexibleWhat you needRelevant DegreeCurrent registrationsRelevant clinical experienceMonash Health will offer:salary packagingfriendly and supportive cultureopportunity to experience various teamson-going supervision and professional developmentMonash 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.Vaccination requirements for roles in our Residential Aged Care facilities will be confirmed at interview stage and you should bring evidence.How to ApplyClick the "Apply Now" link. Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered.Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed. These include:reference checks;a clear Police Check conducted within the last three months;a current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same); andproof of immunisation.As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interview.In accordance with recent Victorian Public Health directions all employees working in the Public Health system need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and be required to provide evidence of their vaccination status. All candidates that are recommended for appointment will be required to provide evidence they meet the vaccination criteria.This will be by providing a copy of your immunisation history statement, which can be accessed via My Gov, or evidence that you have a vaccination appointment before 1 November 2021. This evidence will need to be uploaded to the E Recruit system.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 .
Case Manager - Homelessness to Homes
Melbourne City Mission, Melbourne
Job descriptionAbout the roleAs Case Manager, you will be responsible for providing high quality case management services to clients who are homeless or in crisis situations, and providing intensive holistic support to help achieve housing stability and broader goals.This role is located in the Northern & Western Suburbs of Melbourne.You will be required to participate in a rotating on-call & after-hours support roster.Delivering high quality initial intake assessments, case management, and referrals.Planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating goal directed strategies and crisis interventions to meet the needs of clients presenting with multiple/complex needs, including risk assessments and safety plans.Assisting clients to access ongoing accommodation options, and other relevant specialist support services.Implementing case plan meetings, participating in service coordination, and identifying pathways out of the homelessness service system.Maintaining accurate files, case notes, and databases using relevant platforms and systems.Skills and experienceDegree qualifications in Social/Youth Work, or in a related discipline, and experience working in the Community Services sector.Good knowledge of community outreach support programs and interventions, and ability to actively, and assertively engage people with complex needs.Experienced working within a case management framework, and understanding of the homelessness service system, with knowledge of patterns, trends, and systemic issues.Knowledge and understanding of legislative and child safety requirements.Excellent communication, organisation and prioritisation, and problem solving skills.Please view the position description for the full duties and key selection criteriaHow to ApplyTo submit your application please click “Apply Now”.A position description is attached.For more details or assistance with application submission please email: recruitment@mcm.org.au using the subject line: Case Manager - Homelessness to Homes enquiry via EthicalJobs.At MCM, we embrace differences in gender, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background, disability, religion and sexual orientation. We know that diversity and inclusion helps us to attract, recruit, engage and retain a team of talented people. If you require specific support to apply for this position, please email us at the address mentioned above.Applicants will be required to undergo a pre-employment safety screening process as part of the MCM selection process. Appointments to MCM roles will be subject to the following safety screening checks (as applicable to the role): National (and International if applicable) Police Check (which includes Proof of Identity Check), Victorian Employee Working with Children Check, NDIS Worker Screening Check, Right to Work in Australia and current and valid driver licence. All costs associated with safety checks (except National Police Check) will be at applicants’ expense.
Clinical Midwife Educator
Monash Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Nursing Reference: 50013 Job posted: 08/10/2021 Closes: 29/10/2021 Occupation: Nursing Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Amy Dorrat - 0409 064 224 Reference: 50013 Occupation: Nursing Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Clinical Midwife Educator - Jessie McPherson Private Hospital (JMPH)Jessie McPherson Private Hospital is excited to announce new Clinical Midwife Educator position within our JMPH Maternity Services Department.A clinical leadership role with our Education Team at JMPHA wonderful opportunity to be part of a fantastic and progressively expanding maternity and new born services unit.Permanent Part Time hours (0.8EFT)Play a key role in support and education of staff and patients within JMPH, 51 north and JMPH Special Care Nursery  Enviable Professional and Leadership development opportunities available Jessie McPherson Private Hospital is a 103 bed tertiary Private Hospital which has been co-located at Monash Medical Centre Clayton since 1987.  Our co - location with Monash Health provides a unique opportunity for access to world-renowned research and teaching facilities. Jessie McPherson Private Hospital Maternity Services Unit provides maternity and newborn services in our 21 bed maternity ward which also encompasses a 6 bed Level 2 Special Care Nursery. We work collaboratively with Monash Health to provide birthing services.About The RoleThis role will primarily involve facilitating education and professional development opportunities for our nursing and midwifery staff. The role will also include clinical work as required and involvement in quality improvement initiatives.About YouWe are seeking a dynamic, experienced midwife with great leadership skills and formal education qualifications to join our education team.  You lead by example, thrive working in a dynamic, fast paced environment and are truly passionate about delivering a high standard of evidence based nursing care to all patients. You are an advocate of Jessie McPherson Private Hospitals Strategic Guiding PrinciplesYou Are Also:committed to a leadership & mentoring rolededicated 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 Qualifications (further develop your leadership & project management skillsmentoring employees & career guidancesupport to attend relevant forumsCurrent AHPRA registrationInclude any other mandatory/required skills or licensesAustralian working rightsSee Position Description for further details.What 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 on site subsidised staff car parking and gym, uniform and the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).JMPH recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. At JMPH we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles.Preferred candidates will require a clear Police Check and a current Working with Children’s Check prior to any offers of employment being made.As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an interview.Please note, applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System – e-mail applications will not be considered.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.
Key Worker / Case Manager - Targeted Care Packages
Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency, Melbourne
Job descriptionPosition: Full Time, Fixed Term 12 month contract Location: Chirnside ParkSalary: $67,567.88 - $88,691.20 plus super(based on skills & experience)The OrganisationThe Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA) is the largest organisation of its kind in Australia. VACCA is an Aboriginal community-controlled organisation that supports and advocates for the Aboriginal community. Our strength lies with our people. Our team is committed to the organisation’s vision and values; advocates for our children and other vulnerable community members; and shows respect for, observance and compliance with Aboriginal cultural protocols, practice and ceremony. Our Aboriginality is what distinguishes us from mainstream services and what enables us to deliver the positive outcomes we achieve for our people.About the roleThe Key Worker (Case Manager) is the person a) providing intensive case management services to the particular TCP client/s b) delivering the TCP.The Key Worker has a pivotal role in the achievement of better outcomes for the client/s, consistent with the case plan directions and any cultural support plan for the children and young people receiving a TCP whom they are supporting.Working intensely with a small caseload, the Key Worker will directly engage and work with the child, their family, carers and others to facilitate changes that support achievement of the child’s case plan and the outcomes sought for the child or young person.About YouDemonstrated experience in working and engaging with Aboriginal families and children/ Demonstrated experience in child and family sectorA sound knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal history and the impact this has had upon Aboriginal familiesDemonstrated experience with Child development, attachment and trauma and the ability to use this knowledge to guide practice with Aboriginal children, families and carersAbility to effectively communicate and negotiate with Aboriginal children, families, carers and other service providers to achieve outcomesAbility to advocate on behalf of Aboriginal children and familiesDiploma of Community Services or equivalentCurrent COVID-19 vaccination (minimum one dose, prior to commencement)Please note that due to the requirements of the role, the successful candidate will need to have commenced or completed the process of being vaccinated against COVID.What we can offer you!!Professional support and training via in-house learning and development training modulesGreat career development opportunities.Access to Employee support and wellbeing program(s)Opportunity to work and build connection with the Aboriginal Community and cultureWe strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders people to applyApplications should include a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria and current resume.We encourage applicants to view the Position Description prior to applying.We are committed to Aboriginal self-determination and supporting strong, safe, thriving Aboriginal communities and aim to ensure every individual is treated with dignity, honouring all cultural backgrounds, abilities, ethnicities, sexual orientations, gender identities and spiritual beliefs.VACCA is a child-safe organisation and is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children and young people with zero tolerance for child abuse. All successful applicants will be required to undertake a National Police Record Check and Working with Children Check prior to commencement of employment and periodically following commencement.VACCA is an equal opportunity employer and has a smoke-free workplace policy
Clinical Practitioner - Caring Dads
Kids First Australia, Melbourne
Job descriptionAre you looking for an exciting opportunity to work in an innovative therapeutic program within the community services sector?Do you wish to thrive in a purpose driven organisation?Look no further, this role is for you!Who we are?Kids First Australia (formally Children's Protection Society) is an independent not-for-profit organisation that has been supporting children and families since 1896. We are at the forefront of responding to community needs and strengthening families so that children can thrive. Kids First has a proud reputation for innovation, high quality services, and an unequivocal focus on quality outcomes for children.A little about the role…Kids First have an exciting Clinical Practitioner role working within our Caring Dads program. Caring Dads program consists of a 17-week, empirically based, manualised group parenting intervention for fathers. Caring Dads combines elements of parenting, fathering, family violence and child protection practice to enhance the safety and well-being of children and their mothers. Wrapped around the Caring Dads program is a model of service that includes coordinated monitoring of safety and support needs of all family members.Within the role you will:Provide therapeutic evidence based groupwork and individual interventionsUndertake assessments of men referred to the program and collaboration with services involved with the client to manage the risks associated with the participantsParticipate in and contribute to Caring Dads evaluation and monitoring activities, ensuring development of practice tools, techniques and operationsWhat we are looking for:Tertiary qualification in social work, psychology, child and family social welfare or related discipline.High level of experience and skills in co-facilitating therapeutic group workDemonstrated experience working with fathers who use or are at risk of using family violenceExcellent understanding of current family violence theories and practice frameworksExperience in working therapeutically with men who use violence where there is a history of traumaDemonstrated capability to network and build productive relationships with stakeholders both inside and outside organisational boundariesDemonstrated knowledge of and experience in the use of current theoretical approaches and best practice for working with families where family violence has occurred.Why join us?This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a collaborative and outcomes focused culture within an organisation that has a legacy of more than 120 years community service. On offer is a competitive salary package with flexible working arrangements, as well as access to a Staff Wellbeing Program as your health and safety is of uttermost importance.At the end of the day, we want to see you grow and thrive and will provide you with training and development for your chance to further your career.Want to know more?For further enquiries about the role please contact Christine Denton General Manager Therapeutic Services on 9450 0900.Want to apply?Please note only applications submitted via out website will be considered. You can access a full position description attached below and apply for this role by clicking Apply Now. (Ref code: 5677889)Please include a Cover letter & a copy of your CV, which must list two professional referees.Kids First is an Equal Opportunity employer that respects and values diversity and inclusion. Kids First welcomes everyone to apply, regardless of age, ethnicity, cultural background, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, and physical ability.Kids First is a Child Safe Organisation, employment is conditional on satisfactory referee checks, a current Working with Children Check, National Criminal History check, proof of the right to work in Australia and a pre-employment medical (if applicable).
Case Manager - Home Care Packages
Monash Health, Melbourne
Job descriptionCase Manager- Home Care Packages- Aged Care Community HealthCommunity Based Case ManagementPrevention or delay of permanent residential careMonash Health Community is excited to announce a 12 Month Fixed Term - Full Time Case Manager position within our Home Care Packages Program 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 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 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 Case Manager for Home Care Packages will work under Home Care Packages programme provided under the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) to support vulnerable clients to remain in the community through accessing appropriate, sustainable and affordable supports. The role requires linking clients 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/ 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 OfferAccess 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 studiesMonash 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.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.Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed. These include:Reference checks;A clear Police Check conducted within the last three months;A current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same); andProof of immunisation.As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interviewIn accordance with recent Victorian Public Health directions all employees working in the Public Health system need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and be required to provide evidence of their vaccination status. All candidates that are recommended for appointment will be required to provide evidence they meet the vaccination criteria.This will be by providing a copy of your immunisation history statement, which can be accessed via My Gov, or evidence that you have a vaccination appointment before 1 November 2021. This evidence will need to be uploaded to the E Recruit system.Offers of employment will only be made to candidates that can provide evidence that they meet the above requirements. If you are unsure of these requirements please contact the Recruitment Manager for this vacancy.
Clinical Midwife Educator
Peninsula Health, Melbourne, Southern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Peninsula Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Nursing Reference: 29149 Job posted: 11/10/2021 Closes: 24/10/2021 Occupation: Nursing Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Kristy Watson - 97848380Samantha Sevenhuysen - 0413290141 Reference: 29149 Occupation: Nursing Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan • Immerse yourself in an inclusive, diverse and supportive culture• Support ongoing development of our busy maternity services team• Frankston, Mornington Peninsula & surrounding locations Who We Are and What We Stand ForPeninsula 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. To realise this vision we need people who strive for a sense of achievement, take an interest in their individual growth, enjoy innovation and looking for ways to improve and have a passion for communicating and connecting with others. 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 Clinical Midwife Educator is an integral member of the education and clinical leadership team. The clinical educator demonstrates flexibility in supporting all levels of staff across the organisation; with particular focus on education to mitigate risk, advance clinical practice and develop staff along the novice to expert continuum.The clinical educator works competently within their scope of practice delivering and facilitating education in compliance with evidence-based practice as well ashospital policy and guidelines. This position will participate in the planning, development, coordination, implementation, delivery and evaluation of education services for Peninsula Health.What You NeedWe anticipate you will have:•AHPRA Midwife registration with either an undergraduate or post graduate qualification in midwifery•Prior experience in teaching or supporting learners•Current and extensive experience of working within a maternity service•Postgraduate qualifications in education, research, leadership or midwifery 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 individuals from all cultural backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We also provide a safe and supportive workplace for people with disabilities. Please note, 2 referees contacts are required, one being your current manager.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.
Perioperative Services Manager
Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, Melbourne
Location: Melbourne Job type: Not provided Organisation: Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Nursing Reference: 15796 Job posted: 11/10/2021 Closes: 25/10/2021 Occupation: Nursing Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Sinead Cucanic - (04) 2823 0792Carmen Mills - (03) 9929 8570 Reference: 15796 Occupation: Nursing Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital is a world class specialist hospital in eye and ear care that provides services across Victoria. As Australia’s only specialist eye, ear, nose and throat hospital, the Eye and Ear has been providing care for the senses for 150 years. The Eye and Ear has almost 60 different outpatient clinics for the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of vision and hearing loss and provides a 24 hour emergency eye and ear, nose, and throat service. Every year the Eye and Ear cares for over 220,000 patients, with over 160,000 outpatients nearly 44,000 emergency patients and over 17,000 inpatients. The hospital is currently undergoing a major redevelopment to create a modern internal structure, improve access for patients and visitors and staff.Our VisionA world leader providing exceptional careOur MissionWe aspire to be the world’s leading eye and ear health service through:Outstanding patient experienceExemplary leadershipInspiring our peopleBuilding a platform for the futureOur Values - Integrity, Care, Teamwork, ExcellenceAbout the RoleDirectly reporting to the Director of Surgical Services, the Perioperative Services Manager (PSM) role is responsible for overseeing:the Perioperative Theatre Suite, which incorporates 8 Operating Theatres, 1 Procedure Room and Stage 1 Recovery,Surgical Admissions, Recovery, which incorporates Pre-Operative Admissions, Pre-operative Hold (8 bays), Post-Anaesthetic Care Stage 2 & 3 Recovery and Discharge (18 recliners), andSterilising Processing Services.The PSM role has three direct report Nurse Unit Managers:NUM Perioperative (Theatres),NUM Surgical Admissions and Recovery, andNUM Sterilising Processing Services.As part of the health care team at the Eye and Ear the PSM role will maintain and implement quality systems in accordance with National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards and will have a commitment to continuous improvement, risk minimisation and successful delivery of outcomes. The PSM will be committed to quality improvement in care and value and ensure a focus on education and professional development in the department and also help shape organisational strategy, continue to strengthen VMO relationships and improve procedural service provision to achieve departmental and hospital strategic objectives.The Perioperative Services Manager will work with stakeholders to achieve excellence in Theatre care delivery in line with best practice and legislative requirements.The Perioperative Services Manager will identify, access and implement measures to manage clinical risk, including the management and coordination of staff allocations within the theatre depending upon unit needs and pattern of care delivery, skill mix.The Perioperative Services Manager will play a pivotal role in encouraging others to implement better approaches to address problems and opportunities; leading the implementation and acceptance of change within the workplace.All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Police Record Check, a COVID-19 vaccination certificate and (if applicable) a Working with Children’s Check.Centrally located, close to public transport and a short walk to the CBD, we offer considerable employee benefits, including salary packaging, subsidised car parking as well as educational support.                                                                                                         The Eye and Ear is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a work environment which is free from harassment or discrimination and promotes cultural diversity and awareness in the workplace.The Eye and Ear is a smoke free environment.Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. At The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital we are committed to supporting people with disability gain employment and develop their careers with us, we encourage you to apply.  If you would like further information about this role please contact the people and culture department to discuss.’
Service Manager - Mental Health
Eastern Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Eastern Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Medical, Nursing Reference: 25082 Job posted: 11/10/2021 Closes: 25/10/2021 Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Medical, Nursing Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: LISA GILL - (03) 9895 4959 Reference: 25082 Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Medical, Nursing Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Service Manager - Mental HealthPermanent, Full TimeBox Hill LocationSupport & lead our continuing care teamsEastern HealthEastern Health is one of Melbourne’s largest public health services. We provide a range of emergency, surgical, medical and general healthcare services, including maternity, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care, community health and state-wide specialist services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.About the roleThe Service Manager is responsible for the leadership, management, and development of effective multidisciplinary teams across the Central East Area Continuing Care Teams (CCT) to deliver an appropriate range of high quality services. The Service Manager, in conjunction with the Lead Psychiatrist, is required to provide professional leadership across the Continuing Care Service by ensuring that high quality clinical standards are met for the operational service and to drive service innovation and the development of evidence based practice. It is an exciting time to join our Mental Health Program as we implement the recommendations from the Royal Commission into Mental Health.About you To be successful in this role you will possess:Relevant clinical qualifications and where relevant current registration with th eAustralian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA) requirement to practice within that professionExtensive experience as a mental health clinicianExperience in leading multidisciplinary teamsDemonstrated excellence in clinical leadership and supervision within the multidisciplinary workforceA strong commitment to high quality  person centred recovery focused careThe ability to work as part of a diverse teamDemonstrated ability to lead change Excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skillsPlease refer to the attached position description for further details of the role.What we offerEastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here!Diverse and engaging career opportunitiesFriendly & supportive teamFlexible working hoursSalary packaging optionsCareer progression in our teaching hospitalsNext StepsIf you believe you have the ability to make a difference in this rewarding industry, apply today!Please note:All applications must be submitted online via E-MercuryAll appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Fit2Work Check, where preferred candidates will be required to complete a Criminal History Check at the expense of Eastern Health.You must have Australian work rights to apply for this position.Recruitment agency applications will not be accepted.Eastern Health Values:  Patients First | Agility | Humility | Respect | Kindness | Excellence