Current Career Opportunities

 

We are looking for people who are passionate about improving health outcomes for the Gippsland community, can demonstrate high-level relationship building skills, and are enthusiastic about working in, and contributing to, a great team. Download the Gippsland PHN ‘About Us Fact Sheet’.


Calls for Nominations – Audit, Risk and Finance Committee Member – Financial Specialist

Gippsland PHN is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for suitably qualified individuals interested in serving as an independent Financial Specialist Member on our Audit, Risk and Finance Committee (ARFC).

The purpose of the ARFC is to provide a monitoring role to oversee and guide financial and risk governance processes undertaken by Gippsland PHN. The Committee is a Committee of the Board established in accordance with Gippsland Health Network Limited Constitution (sections 13.29-13.31) and is authorised by the Board to assist in fulfilling its statutory and regulatory responsibilities.

The ARFC assists the Board in carrying out its duties by providing oversight of the Finance Governance Framework, Risk Governance Framework and Procurement Governance Framework, including but not limited to, the following:

  • Monitor finance, audit and procurement functions and performance of the organisation;
  • Ensure the Board receives financial and performance reports according to the Board calendar;
  • Ensure that integrity of external financial reporting and financial statements is maintained;
  • Ensure effectiveness of internal controls and risk management system; and
  • That the organisation is compliant with all legislative and funding requirements.

Appointment Requirements

As this position is for a financial specialist, it is essential that nominations have:

  • a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA) accreditation or equivalent;
  • five years’ experience as an accountant;
  • ability to demonstrate professional behaviours commensurate with performance requirements for company directors;
  • not been the subject of any criminal or civil penalty proceedings or other enforcement action by any government agency in which I was found to have engaged in behaviour involving fraud, dishonesty, misrepresentation, concealment of material facts or breach of duty;
  • not been refused membership of, or had my membership suspended or cancelled by, any professional body on the ground that I have engaged in behaviour involving fraud, dishonesty, misrepresentation, concealment of material facts or breach of duty;
  • not been the subject of any disciplinary action (including any censure, monetary penalty or banning order) by a securities exchange or other authority responsible for regulating securities markets for failure to comply with my obligations as a director of a listed entity;
  • not been declared bankrupt by any financial institution;

Desirable Attributes

As this position is held within the Gippsland primary health sector, it is desirable that persons applying have:

  • knowledge of the primary health sector; and
  • local to the Gippsland region.

HOW TO APPLY

Candidates must complete and submit the following documentation:

  • cover letter;
  • your expression of interest document with introduction to yourself outlining your knowledge, skills and experience;
  • addressed appointment requirements; and
  • detailed resume.

For further information please view the Expression of Interest Information Sheet.

Expression of Interest Submissions will close 5pm, Monday 06 August 2018.

Submissions should be marked confidential and e-mail to:

recruitment@gphn.org.au

OR

addressed to:

Gippsland PHN

Att: Executive Manager Corporate Services
PO Box 253,
Moe VIC 3825

If you have any questions please contact the Executive Manager Corporate Services on 0417 937 982.

Submissions will be handled with the strictest of confidence.


Manager, Project Management Office/Data Systems

Full time, fixed term to 30 June 2021, (subject to funding).

We are currently seeking a Manager, Project Management Office/Data Systems in a full-time capacity located in our Traralgon office and reporting to the Executive Manager Corporate Services.

This role sets, maintains and ensures standards for project management across that organisation. The PMO drives best practices, project status and direction. The PMO will ensure organisation project and program success through providing:

  • Alignment with corporate strategy and culture;
  • Integration of data and information from corporate, strategic projects supporting the balanced scorecard and other external reporting requirements;
  • Enable sharing of resources, methodologies, tools and techniques for project success across the organisation; and
  • Promotion and embedding project management methodology, best practices and standards, coaches, mentors, trains and provides oversight for project managers and staff.

Our ideal applicant will have:Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant field;

  • Thorough understanding of the political drivers influencing the Primary Health model over the coming 3 years;
  • Exceptional people management capabilities demonstrated through experience in managing multidisciplinary teams and in the supervision and mentoring of staff;
  • Highly developed project and data management skills and experience;
  • Highly developed contract management and tender processing skills;
  • High level of financial literacy, budgeting, research and evaluation skills;
  • Proven experience in working with a wide range of stakeholders to influence positive outcomes in line with Gippsland PHN organisational strategic direction; and
  • Proven leadership experience in a senior role within the health, public, or community sectors, demonstrating experience and success in working in and contributing to a team environment.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

To view the position description, which contains the key selection criteria, please visit our careers page at   www.gphn.org.au/about-us/careers and go to the Position Description.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria.

Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

For further information in regard to this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 13 August 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.

 


Project Coordinator Suicide Prevention

Full time, fixed term to 30 June 2020, (subject to funding).

We are currently seeking a Project Coordinator Suicide Prevention in a full time capacity, located in our Traralgon office. This position will lead the implementation of the Gippsland Place Based Suicide Prevention Program. The program aims to maximise a collective effort and investment, which will facilitate a systematic, coordinated approach to suicide prevention, with sites supported to implement proven suicide prevention interventions.

The role of the Project Coordinator Suicide Prevention is to plan, implement, monitor, evaluate and report on all aspects of Placed Based Suicide Prevention commencing in trial sites in Latrobe and Bass Coast. A key function will be to build relationships with multiple stakeholders and work with the program governance structure to identify and implement the program including both project work and oversight of the commissioning of suicide prevention initiatives, that focus on capacity building and enhancing system effectiveness.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant health or community development field;
  • Proven experience in collaborating with a wide range of stakeholders on complex projects to achieve shared outcomes;
  • Demonstrated experience in the development, implementation and evaluation of best practice health promotion initiatives, including stakeholder communication and engagement, and experience in working with those with lived experience;
  • Strong project management skills including knowledge and understanding of contract and financial management within a commissioning context;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision;
  • Demonstrated ability to use technology to improve efficiency and outcomes;
  • Strong organisational and time management skills with a demonstrated ability to use initiative and be self-motivated;
  • High level written and verbal communication skills;
  • Demonstrated experience in working in and contributing to a team environment; and
  • Experience in the service delivery of suicide prevention, mental health and/or alcohol and drugs programs is desirable.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Regional Services Officers

Full time and part time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2021, (subject to funding).

We are currently seeking Regional Services Officers in a full time and part time capacity, located in our Traralgon, Bairnsdale and Wonthaggi offices. These positions will ensure the delivery of outcomes for commissioned services and/or projects within a designated subregion. A key aspect of the role will be enabling a place based approach to improving health outcomes for a subregion, providing a high level of project and contract management, monitoring and evaluation skills across a broad range of providers including primary health, community health, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations, mental health, alcohol and other drugs and other clinical areas as appropriate.

Regional Services Officers will work within a multidisciplinary team providing support, monitoring and delivery of programs. Regional Services Officers will be expected to take on a specialist role in relation to a number of core activities and will act as a specialist resource support person to internal and external stakeholders.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant field;
  • Thorough understanding of the political drivers influencing the Primary Health model over the coming 3 years;
  • Financial literacy and budgeting skills;
  • Project planning, research and evaluation skills;
  • Proven experience in working and building relationships with a wide range of stakeholders to influence positive outcomes in line with Gippsland PHN organisational strategic direction;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision;
  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated capacity to prepare high quality written material and to make oral presentations that meet the needs of a wide range of audiences in compelling ways including negotiation and facilitation;
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills; and
  • Demonstrated knowledge of commissioned services and skills in issues management, including an ability to manage complexity and diversity across stakeholders, programs, projects, priorities and demands.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description (Part Time) which contains the key selection criteria.

Download Position Description (Full Time) which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Project Officer – Telehealth/HealthPathways

Full time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2021, (subject to funding).

We are currently seeking a Project Officer – Telehealth/HealthPathways in a full time capacity, located in our Bairnsdale office. This position will provide a project guidance role, responding to opportunities for telehealth, health reform and service system improvement in the East Gippsland and Wellington local government areas and broadly across Gippsland.

The Project Officer Telehealth/HealthPathways will assist the implementation of the Gippsland HealthPathways and programs which aims to develop, promote and integrate locally responsive, evidence based and patient centered care pathways.

A key function will be to build relationships with multiple stakeholders to identify and implement priority care pathways, and telehealth project activities and ensure engagement with the primary care sector to promote use inclusion of telehealth in the pathways.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant health field;
  • Good understanding of the political drivers influencing the Primary Health model over the coming 3 years;
  • Knowledge of, and experience in telehealth solutions;
  • Excellent communication skills demonstrated through high-level negotiation, presentation and written communication experience;
  • High level project planning, research and evaluation skills;
  • High level skills in working with a range of people to achieve results;
  • Proven experience in working with a wide range of stakeholders across the primary health sector to influence positive outcomes in line with Gippsland PHN organisational strategic directions;
  • Proven project work experience within the health sector or public sector / community environment;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision; and
  • A demonstrated ability to deal with confidential information with discretion and sensitivity.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

 HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

 For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Project Officer – HealthPathways

Full time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2020, (subject to funding).

We are currently seeking a Project Officer – HealthPathways in a full time capacity, located in our Traralgon office. This position will provide a project guidance role, responding to opportunities for innovation, health reform and service system improvement in the Latrobe local government area and broadly across Gippsland.

The HealthPathways Project Officer will assist the implementation of the Gippsland HealthPathways program which aims to develop, promote and integrate locally responsive, evidence based and patient centered care pathways.

A key function will be to build relationships with multiple stakeholders to identify and implement priority care pathways, and ensure engagement with the primary care sector to promote use of the pathways.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant health field;
  • Good understanding of the political drivers influencing the Primary Health model over the coming 3 years;
  • Excellent communication skills demonstrated through high-level negotiation, presentation and written communication experience;
  • High level project planning, research and evaluation skills;
  • High level skills in working with a range of people to achieve results;
  • Proven experience in working with a wide range of stakeholders across the primary health sector to influence positive outcomes in line with Gippsland PHN organisational strategic directions;
  • Proven project work experience within the health sector or publicsector/communityy environment;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision; and
  • A demonstrated ability to deal with confidential information with discretion and sensitivity.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

 HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

 For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Digital Health Officer – General

Part time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2019, (subject to funding).

 We are currently seeking a Digital Health Officer – General in a part time capacity, located in our Bairnsdale office. This position will support the Coordinator Regional Services to implement identified digital health solutions to increase system efficiencies and equity of access to primary care, including but not limited to general practice, pharmacy and allied health across the region.

There will also be a reliance to engage with secondary care providers, in particular medical specialists, to support them in the implementation of change and adoption activities for digital health. The Digital Health Officer – General works within a multidisciplinary team providing support, monitoring and delivery of key digital health and system integration projects and activities.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification and/or 3-5 years relevant experience in health sector such as health information management;
  • Knowledge and experience implementing digital health solutions;
  • Demonstrated experience in coordinating multiple projects and tasks;
  • Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills with a proven ability to build and maintain collaborative relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders;
  • An understanding of the privacy requirements and the sensitivities of working with health information and dealing with confidential and sensitive information in a professional manner;
  • Demonstrated experience and understanding of practice software;
  • Sound analytical, verbal and written communication and time management skills;
  • High level skills in Microsoft Office; and
  • Demonstrated experience in working in and contributing to a team environment.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

 HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

 For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Procurement and Contracts Officer

Full time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2021, (subject to funding).

 We are currently seeking a Procurement and Contracts Officer in a full time capacity, located in our Traralgon office. This position will act as the primary day to day contact for contract management across Gippsland PHN, ensuring that all contracts are developed and managed in line with legal and organisational requirements.

The role will be responsible for identifying and supporting systemic changes in the procurement and contracting areas to reduce variability of practice, build staff and organisational capacity around procurement, and add value through supporting robust contract and performance management processes.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant field;
  • Thorough understanding of the political drivers influencing the Primary Health model over the coming 3 years;
  • Demonstrated skills and experience in contract management and procurement;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of commissioned services;
  • Project planning, research and evaluation skills;
  • Strong financial literacy and budgeting skills;
  • Proven experience in working and building relationships with a wide range of stakeholders to influence positive outcomes in line with Gippsland PHN organisational strategic direction;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision;
  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated capacity to prepare high quality written material and to make oral presentations that meet the needs of a wide range of audiences in compelling ways including negotiation and facilitation;
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills; and
  • Demonstrated knowledge of commissioned services and skills in issues management, including an ability to manage complexity and diversity across stakeholders, programs, projects, priorities and demands.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

 HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

 For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Finance Support Officer

Part time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2021, (subject to funding).

 We are currently seeking a Finance Support Officer in a part time capacity, located in our Traralgon office. This position will provide quality, consistent and timely financial support to the Manager Finance and Administration, and the Corporate Services team. This role requires a high level of performance in office related financial functions, and clear communication with internal and external stakeholders.

A key function of this role is to ensure the organisational purchase order process is correctly followed from commencement to completion. In addition; reporting all aspects of the purchase order function to management including all variations and any errors.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Relevant experience in a role involving the provision of financial support services;
  • Demonstrated experience in providing professional customer service in a timely and courteous manner;
  • Ability to coordinate a number of concurrent activities within often challenging timelines;
  • High level of attention to detail;
  • Demonstrated literacy, numeracy and accuracy;
  • High level skills in Microsoft Office and electronic systems required to carry out the functions of an administrative Finance Support Officer role;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision; and
  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

 HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

 For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.

 

 


Project Coordinator Suicide Prevention

Full time, fixed term to 30 June 2020, (subject to funding).

We are currently seeking a Project Coordinator Suicide Prevention in a full time capacity, located in our Traralgon office. This position will lead the implementation of the Gippsland Place Based Suicide Prevention Program. The program aims to maximise a collective effort and investment, which will facilitate a systematic, coordinated approach to suicide prevention, with sites supported to implement proven suicide prevention interventions.

The role of the Project Coordinator Suicide Prevention is to plan, implement, monitor, evaluate and report on all aspects of Placed Based Suicide Prevention commencing in trial sites in Latrobe and Bass Coast. A key function will be to build relationships with multiple stakeholders and work with the program governance structure to identify and implement the program including both project work and oversight of the commissioning of suicide prevention initiatives, that focus on capacity building and enhancing system effectiveness.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant health or community development field;
  • Proven experience in collaborating with a wide range of stakeholders on complex projects to achieve shared outcomes;
  • Demonstrated experience in the development, implementation and evaluation of best practice health promotion initiatives, including stakeholder communication and engagement, and experience in working with those with lived experience;
  • Strong project management skills including knowledge and understanding of contract and financial management within a commissioning context;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision;
  • Demonstrated ability to use technology to improve efficiency and outcomes;
  • Strong organisational and time management skills with a demonstrated ability to use initiative and be self-motivated;
  • High level written and verbal communication skills;
  • Demonstrated experience in working in and contributing to a team environment; and
  • Experience in the service delivery of suicide prevention, mental health and/or alcohol and drugs programs is desirable.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Regional Services Officers

Full time and part time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2021, (subject to funding).

We are currently seeking Regional Services Officers in a full time and part time capacity, located in our Traralgon, Bairnsdale and Wonthaggi offices. These positions will ensure the delivery of outcomes for commissioned services and/or projects within a designated subregion. A key aspect of the role will be enabling a place based approach to improving health outcomes for a subregion, providing a high level of project and contract management, monitoring and evaluation skills across a broad range of providers including primary health, community health, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations, mental health, alcohol and other drugs and other clinical areas as appropriate.

Regional Services Officers will work within a multidisciplinary team providing support, monitoring and delivery of programs. Regional Services Officers will be expected to take on a specialist role in relation to a number of core activities and will act as a specialist resource support person to internal and external stakeholders.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant field;
  • Thorough understanding of the political drivers influencing the Primary Health model over the coming 3 years;
  • Financial literacy and budgeting skills;
  • Project planning, research and evaluation skills;
  • Proven experience in working and building relationships with a wide range of stakeholders to influence positive outcomes in line with Gippsland PHN organisational strategic direction;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision;
  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated capacity to prepare high quality written material and to make oral presentations that meet the needs of a wide range of audiences in compelling ways including negotiation and facilitation;
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills; and
  • Demonstrated knowledge of commissioned services and skills in issues management, including an ability to manage complexity and diversity across stakeholders, programs, projects, priorities and demands.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description (Part Time) which contains the key selection criteria.

Download Position Description (Full Time) which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Project Officer – Telehealth/HealthPathways

Full time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2021, (subject to funding).

We are currently seeking a Project Officer – Telehealth/HealthPathways in a full time capacity, located in our Bairnsdale office. This position will provide a project guidance role, responding to opportunities for telehealth, health reform and service system improvement in the East Gippsland and Wellington local government areas and broadly across Gippsland.

The Project Officer Telehealth/HealthPathways will assist the implementation of the Gippsland HealthPathways and programs which aims to develop, promote and integrate locally responsive, evidence based and patient centered care pathways.

A key function will be to build relationships with multiple stakeholders to identify and implement priority care pathways, and telehealth project activities and ensure engagement with the primary care sector to promote use inclusion of telehealth in the pathways.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant health field;
  • Good understanding of the political drivers influencing the Primary Health model over the coming 3 years;
  • Knowledge of, and experience in telehealth solutions;
  • Excellent communication skills demonstrated through high-level negotiation, presentation and written communication experience;
  • High level project planning, research and evaluation skills;
  • High level skills in working with a range of people to achieve results;
  • Proven experience in working with a wide range of stakeholders across the primary health sector to influence positive outcomes in line with Gippsland PHN organisational strategic directions;
  • Proven project work experience within the health sector or public sector / community environment;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision; and
  • A demonstrated ability to deal with confidential information with discretion and sensitivity.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

 HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

 For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Project Officer – HealthPathways

Full time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2020, (subject to funding).

We are currently seeking a Project Officer – HealthPathways in a full time capacity, located in our Traralgon office. This position will provide a project guidance role, responding to opportunities for innovation, health reform and service system improvement in the Latrobe local government area and broadly across Gippsland.

The HealthPathways Project Officer will assist the implementation of the Gippsland HealthPathways program which aims to develop, promote and integrate locally responsive, evidence based and patient centered care pathways.

A key function will be to build relationships with multiple stakeholders to identify and implement priority care pathways, and ensure engagement with the primary care sector to promote use of the pathways.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant health field;
  • Good understanding of the political drivers influencing the Primary Health model over the coming 3 years;
  • Excellent communication skills demonstrated through high-level negotiation, presentation and written communication experience;
  • High level project planning, research and evaluation skills;
  • High level skills in working with a range of people to achieve results;
  • Proven experience in working with a wide range of stakeholders across the primary health sector to influence positive outcomes in line with Gippsland PHN organisational strategic directions;
  • Proven project work experience within the health sector or publicsector/communityy environment;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision; and
  • A demonstrated ability to deal with confidential information with discretion and sensitivity.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

 HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

 For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Digital Health Officer – General

Part time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2019, (subject to funding).

 We are currently seeking a Digital Health Officer – General in a part time capacity, located in our Bairnsdale office. This position will support the Coordinator Regional Services to implement identified digital health solutions to increase system efficiencies and equity of access to primary care, including but not limited to general practice, pharmacy and allied health across the region.

There will also be a reliance to engage with secondary care providers, in particular medical specialists, to support them in the implementation of change and adoption activities for digital health. The Digital Health Officer – General works within a multidisciplinary team providing support, monitoring and delivery of key digital health and system integration projects and activities.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification and/or 3-5 years relevant experience in health sector such as health information management;
  • Knowledge and experience implementing digital health solutions;
  • Demonstrated experience in coordinating multiple projects and tasks;
  • Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills with a proven ability to build and maintain collaborative relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders;
  • An understanding of the privacy requirements and the sensitivities of working with health information and dealing with confidential and sensitive information in a professional manner;
  • Demonstrated experience and understanding of practice software;
  • Sound analytical, verbal and written communication and time management skills;
  • High level skills in Microsoft Office; and
  • Demonstrated experience in working in and contributing to a team environment.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

 HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

 For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Procurement and Contracts Officer

Full time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2021, (subject to funding).

 We are currently seeking a Procurement and Contracts Officer in a full time capacity, located in our Traralgon office. This position will act as the primary day to day contact for contract management across Gippsland PHN, ensuring that all contracts are developed and managed in line with legal and organisational requirements.

The role will be responsible for identifying and supporting systemic changes in the procurement and contracting areas to reduce variability of practice, build staff and organisational capacity around procurement, and add value through supporting robust contract and performance management processes.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Tertiary qualification/s in a directly related or relevant field;
  • Thorough understanding of the political drivers influencing the Primary Health model over the coming 3 years;
  • Demonstrated skills and experience in contract management and procurement;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of commissioned services;
  • Project planning, research and evaluation skills;
  • Strong financial literacy and budgeting skills;
  • Proven experience in working and building relationships with a wide range of stakeholders to influence positive outcomes in line with Gippsland PHN organisational strategic direction;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision;
  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated capacity to prepare high quality written material and to make oral presentations that meet the needs of a wide range of audiences in compelling ways including negotiation and facilitation;
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills; and
  • Demonstrated knowledge of commissioned services and skills in issues management, including an ability to manage complexity and diversity across stakeholders, programs, projects, priorities and demands.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

 HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

 For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.


Finance Support Officer

Part time, fixed term positions to 30 June 2021, (subject to funding).

 We are currently seeking a Finance Support Officer in a part time capacity, located in our Traralgon office. This position will provide quality, consistent and timely financial support to the Manager Finance and Administration, and the Corporate Services team. This role requires a high level of performance in office related financial functions, and clear communication with internal and external stakeholders.

A key function of this role is to ensure the organisational purchase order process is correctly followed from commencement to completion. In addition; reporting all aspects of the purchase order function to management including all variations and any errors.

Our ideal applicants will have:

  • Relevant experience in a role involving the provision of financial support services;
  • Demonstrated experience in providing professional customer service in a timely and courteous manner;
  • Ability to coordinate a number of concurrent activities within often challenging timelines;
  • High level of attention to detail;
  • Demonstrated literacy, numeracy and accuracy;
  • High level skills in Microsoft Office and electronic systems required to carry out the functions of an administrative Finance Support Officer role;
  • A demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision; and
  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills.

We offer attractive remuneration with salary packaging, flexible working environments, a great organisational culture and the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

We are looking for committed, passionate, agile staff, with an aptitude and willingness to learn. Strengths in communication, project and contract management, and quality improvement are highly regarded.

 HOW TO APPLY

Applications must address the key selection criteria found within the position description.

Download Position Description which contains the key selection criteria.

Applications must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and your addressed key selection criteria. Please email all applications to recruitment@gphn.org.au

 For further information regarding this position, please contact human resources on 0439 157 358.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5PM, Monday 30 July 2018.

All enquiries and applications will be handled professionally and with the strictest of confidence.