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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 Nurse Consultant - Early Supported Stroke Discharge
Eastern Health, Melbourne, Southern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Eastern Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Nursing Reference: 25381 Job posted: 23/11/2021 Closes: 06/12/2021 Occupation: Nursing Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: WAH FONG - (04) 0360 3252Birgitte Bowers - (04) 3460 5307 Reference: 25381 Occupation: Nursing Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Clinical Nurse Consultant - Early Supported Stroke DischargePermanent, Part TimeGrade 4 positionBe part of the leadership team for this exciting new ambulatory clinical service.Generous salary packaging optionsEastern 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 Better@Home initiative in the Early Supported Stroke Discharge (ESSD) commences on 4th January 2022 and we need your clinical leadership and expertise to help shape and develop this new team. This exciting opportunity seeks a dynamic and enthusiastic Clinical Nurse Consultant to join the expanded ESSD team at Eastern Health.You will be an innovative and client-focused stroke rehabilitation nurse. You will be committed to high quality, evidence-based patient care and have the ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of health professionals.In this role you will demonstrate advanced skills in the assessment and management of early stroke rehabilitation, providing nursing input both centre based and in client's homes. From an interdisciplinary approach you will undertake effective and timely discharge planning, works closely with the Rehabilitation Physician in the ESSD medical clinic. Strong interpersonal and communication skills will enable you to thrive in this role, with opportunities to also supervise junior staff and students.About youTo be successful in this role you will possessHigh level of recognised clinical experience and expertise in a specialty area of stroke rehabilitation.A demonstrated capacity to inspire, influence and motivate staff and to contribute to a positive and compassionate organisational culture.Significant knowledge and experience of quality improvement, research processes and commitment to achieving best practice professional clinical standardsDemonstrated ability to plan, develop and implement service delivery initiatives to specialist areas which promotes quality patient care and optimum organisational outcomes.Strong organisational and time-management skillsDeliver a high quality, accessible and coordinated service to our clients both in the client’s home and in the centre.Please refer to the attached position description for further details of the role.Vaccination against infectious disease is a mandatory requirement of this role.  This offer of employment is conditional on you providing evidence that you are currently vaccinated against COVID-19, prior to commencing employment.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**Please note applications will be screened upon receipt and advertising may close prior to the closing date.**
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.
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.
Clinical/Neuro Psychologist - Endeavour Neurodevelopmental Psychiatry Team
Monash Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Medical, Nursing Reference: 50827 Job posted: 25/11/2021 Closes: 09/12/2021 Occupation: Medical, Nursing Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Megan Grant - 87685130 Reference: 50827 Occupation: Medical, Nursing Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Psychologist, great and rare opportunity in Early in Life Mental HealthBecome a part of a top performing specialist teamPermanent part time (15.2 hours per fortnight)About Monash HealthMonash Health is Victoria's largest public health service. We are proud to provide health care 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.About the RoleThe Endeavour Neurodevelopmental Psychiatry Team is seeking an exceptional candidate for a position of Mental health Clinician/Psychologist in Endeavour Neurodevelopmental psychiatry Specialist team (Endeavour).Endeavour is a specialist assessment and consultation team that undertakes assessments of Early in Life Mental Health Service (ELMHS) clients who show complex neurological, developmental, behavioural, and psychiatric symptoms.ELMHS is one of the most comprehensive services to be found in the Victorian public sector. It provides a range of mental health services to pregnant mothers, infants, children, adolescents and youth and their families within the Southern Region.The organisational and clinical model has been developed to provide mental health care that is flexible and responsive to the individual and developmental needs of the perinatal to youth populations and their families.About YouA diversity of experiences wait you in joining us and you will find your education and development is supported to enable you to be at your best. Drawing on your knowledge in mental health you will become a valued part of a friendly and highly effective team dedicated to providing specialist and intensive mental health interventions to children and adolescents, who show complex neurological, developmental, behavioural, and psychiatric symptoms.This role is classified as follows: Psychologist - Grade 2, year 1-4.What's in it for you?You will be part of a dynamic changing environment that will have future growth. You will also have access to a range of corporate benefits, including salary packaging options that can significantly increase your take home pay and access to staff discounted car parking.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.Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed.  These include:• proof of immunisation• a current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same);and• a clear Police Check conducted within the last three months;• reference checks;As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interview.Please note, applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System - e-mail applications will not be considered.Current Monash Health employees should apply through Mercury using their Monash Health employee account. Our Recruitment Services team can answer any queries on this matter and can be reached on 9265 2776In 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.
Manager - Mental Health and AOD Reform
EACH, Melbourne
Job descriptionWho we areAt EACH, our vision is for a healthy and inclusive community.Founded on the vision that everyone is entitled to good health, we're one of the nation's leading health and community services providers, offering a broad range of services for over 40 years. Our services include Community Health, Mental Health, NDIS, Counselling, Support for Older Australians and Family Services.The Mental Health and AOD Strategy and Reform work at EACH is an exciting new initiative focused on responding to the recommendations for the Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System, as well as those from the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health and other systemic changes.The roleAs the Manager - Mental Health & AOD Reform, you will provide strategic leadership to develop and implement a framework for EACH's mental health and AOD services in line with the Royal Commission's recommendations. You will work in partnership with operational teams, National Clinical and Practice Leads, corporate services, and other internal and external stakeholders.You will co-design with the community and customers, working alongside those with lived experience, and support the implementation of service models, systems and processes required to deliver safe, effective, person-centred, connected and sustainable services.This role also provides oversite of the development, implementation, and success of the Peer Cadet Program and other Lived Experience workforce initiatives.This position will be offered in a full-time capacity until 27 October 2023. A little more about you..To thrive in this role, you will:Have qualifications in an area relevant to mental health and/or AOD, or change managementHave a strong understanding and commitment to the Mental Health Reform agenda in Victoria and an understanding of the National Mental Health and AOD contextBe able to utilise co-design methodologies to design services and business models, systems and processesBe passionate about building the lived experience workforce and lived experience voice within all aspects service development, delivery and review.Be purpose-driven and client-centred; bringing a strength-based approach to EACH's people, service, clients, families, and carers,Share EACH's values and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; modelling inclusive behaviours and creating a culture of belonging,Have demonstrated experience in strategic management and leadershipBe skilled at cultivating collaborative partnerships with internal and external stakeholders to drive change, influence outcomes and capability of servicesWho you'll be working withThis role sits within EACH's Service Design team that currently consists of 6 Service Design Managers holding portfolios across a range of different community health and social services.All team members work somewhat independently, within agreed Service Design systems, with operational areas related to their assigned portfolio. We also have an administrative officer that assists the team with the day-to-day administrative support.What we offerWork arrangements that flex to youProviding opportunities to grow and developCompetitive salary based on qualifications and experienceGenerous Not-for-Profit Salary Packaging of up to $15,900 free of income tax per year AND up to $2,650 additional tax-free money to spend towards meals entertainmentOpportunities for internal career progression across QLD, NSW, ACT, and VICSupport through a comprehensive Employee Assistance ProgramNext StepsWe want to know why you would like to come work with EACH and what you can bring to this role. When you click on apply now you'll be redirected to our career centre, where the position description is available. Please attach a cover letter with your resume.If you'd like more information about the position, please contact Lauren Barker, Lead Service Design Manager on 0437 886 457.
Manager - Service Design - Mental Health & Addiction Recovery
EACH, Melbourne
Job descriptionWho we are At EACH, our vision is for a healthy and inclusive community.Founded on the vision that everyone is entitled to good health, we're one of the nation's leading health and community services providers, offering a broad range of services for over 40 years. Our services include Community Health, Mental Health, NDIS, Counselling, Support for Older Australians and Family Services.The role As the Service Design Manager, you will be working in partnership with operational teams, National Clinical and Practice Leads and corporate service teams to design and redesign the models, systems and processes required to deliver safe, effective, person-centred, connected and sustainable services across the Mental Health and Addiction Recovery portfolios.Your role will involve planning and organising the people, resources, infrastructure systems and processes of service in order to ensure its quality and ability to meet customer expectations.A little more about you.. To thrive in this role, you will:Have qualifications in an area relevant to mental health, AOD and/or addiction recovery, or change managementHave experience in design, implementation, leadership and evaluation of new and innovative service models across the social and community health sector.Have credible experience and expertise across the mental health and addiction recovery sectorsBe able to utilise co-design methodologies to design services and business models, systems and processesBe purpose-driven and client-centred; bringing a strength-based approach to EACH's people, service, clients, families, and carers,Share EACH's values and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; modelling inclusive behaviours and creating a culture of belonging,Be skilled at cultivating collaborative partnerships with internal and external stakeholders to drive change, influence outcomes and problem solve in a fast-paced environment.Be a highly organised individual with exceptional written and oral communication skillsHolding a clinical registration and having clinical governance background is highly desirable.Who you'll be working with The Service Design team currently consists of 6 Service Design Managers holding portfolios across a range of different community health and social services. These team members work somewhat independently, within agreed Service Design systems, with operational areas related to their assigned portfolio. We also have an administrative officer that assists the team with the day-to-day administrative support.What we offerWork arrangements that flex to youProviding opportunities to grow and developCompetitive salary based on qualifications and experienceGenerous Not-for-Profit Salary Packaging of up to $15,900 free of income tax per year AND up to $2,650 additional tax-free money to spend towards meals entertainmentOpportunities for internal career progression across QLD, NSW, ACT, and VICSupport through a comprehensive Employee Assistance ProgramNext Steps We want to know why you would like to come work with EACH and what you can bring to this role. When you click on apply now you'll be redirected to our career centre, where the position description is available. Please attach a cover letter with your resume.If you'd like more information about the position, please contact Lauren Barker, Lead Service Design Manager on 0437 886 457.
Manager – Mental Health and AOD Reform
EACH, Melbourne
As the Manager – Mental Health & AOD Reform, you will provide strategic leadership to develop and implement a framework for EACH’s mental health and AOD services in line with the Royal Commission’s recommendations. You will work in partnership with operational teams, National Clinical and Practice Leads, corporate services, and other internal and external stakeholders.You will co-design with the community and customers, working alongside those with lived experience, and support the implementation of service models, systems and processes required to deliver safe, effective, person-centred, connected and sustainable services.This role also provides oversite of the development, implementation, and success of the Peer Cadet Program and other Lived Experience workforce initiatives.This position will be offered in a full-time capacity until 27 October 2023.A little more about you..To thrive in this role, you will:Have qualifications in an area relevant to mental health and/or AOD, or change managementHave a strong understanding and commitment to the Mental Health Reform agenda in Victoria and an understanding of the National Mental Health and AOD contextBe able to utilise co-design methodologies to design services and business models, systems and processesBe passionate about building the lived experience workforce and lived experience voice within all aspects service development, delivery and review.Be purpose-driven and client-centred; bringing a strength-based approach to EACH’s people, service, clients, families, and carers,Share EACH’s values and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; modelling inclusive behaviours and creating a culture of belonging,Have demonstrated experience in strategic management and leadershipBe skilled at cultivating collaborative partnerships with internal and external stakeholders to drive change, influence outcomes and capability of services Who you’ll be working withThis role sits within EACH’s Service Design team that currently consists of 6 Service Design Managers holding portfolios across a range of different community health and social services.All team members work somewhat independently, within agreed Service Design systems, with operational areas related to their assigned portfolio. We also have an administrative officer that assists the team with the day-to-day administrative support.What we offerWork arrangements that flex to youProviding opportunities to grow and developCompetitive salary based on qualifications and experienceGenerous Not-for-Profit Salary Packaging of up to $15,900 free of income tax per year AND up to $2,650 additional tax-free money to spend towards meals entertainmentOpportunities for internal career progression across QLD, NSW, ACT, and VICSupport through a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program and other systemic changes.