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Senior Manager Regional Services

Full time position, fixed term contract till 30 June 2023 (subject to funding).

WHO WE ARE:

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity that works at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Our vision is for a Measurably Healthier Gippsland.

We work closely with the primary health care system, identifying opportunities to improve health outcomes in Gippsland communities. We do this through health system improvement programs, and by commissioning services to address local health needs via our regional commissioning role.

We aim to:

  • ensure health issues are prioritised, understood and invested in; using local strengths;
  • build and support local capability in primary health care professionals;
  • enable transparent communication and information exchange across the primary health care sector; and
  • improve access in primary health services particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes, and where gaps exist in hard to reach locations.

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Senior Manager Regional Services

We currently have a full time (1.0FTE) career opportunity available as a Senior Manager Regional Services, reporting to the Executive Manager of Operations.

The Senior Manager Regional Services leads multi-disciplinary subregional teams inclusive of:

  • Subregional and Project Coordinators;
  • Regional Service Officers; and
  • Training and Events Officers.

The Senior Manager Regional Services will ensure standards and practices are applied in line with Gippsland PHN’s Clinical Governance Framework, Performance & Monitoring Governance Framework and provide functional supervision and guidance to Subregional and Project Coordinators.

Working in close collaboration with the Senior Manager Health Planning, Research and Evaluation, Manager Digital Health and Integration, and the Communications Support lead; the Senior Manager Regional Services will guide the support and monitoring of programs and contracts within each subregion. The role will include collaboration across the organisation with corporate services and in particular the Manager Procurement, Quality & Systems and Manager Finance during the development and implementation of Gippsland PHN commissioning initiatives.

We are looking for an astute, agile, dynamic, outcomes focused team member with proven leadership experience in a senior role within the health, public, or community sectors; exceptional people management capabilities; a 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; and a demonstrated capacity to build commitment and to influence and motivate others with credibility, emotional intelligence, integrity and enthusiasm.

Use your technical and professional skills to complete work packages including but not limited to:

  • Manage the delivery and performance management of contracts, programs, projects and initiatives and ensure sound principles and approaches are applied to all activities;
  • Manage and/or participate in specific working groups and committees as identified;
  • Contribute to the collection of data to inform and support population health planning identifying the health needs of the region;
  • Maintain procedures to ensure that expenditure is effectively monitored and contribute to the completion of reports, data and analysis;
  • Provide analysis and recommendations as an outcome of commissioned services performance monitoring and reporting;
  • Contribute to the development of new models of care/commissioned services/programs using co-design principles; and
  • Provide considered advice to the Executive Team; ensuring strategic and operational risks, challenges, opportunities and key issues are identified.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • attractive remuneration;
  • salary packaging;
  • flexible working environments with opportunities to work from a mix of office based locations and home office environments by agreement;
  • a great organisational culture; and
  • the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like you – Apply Today!

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

Download the position description.

To be considered for this position applications must include a covering letter, a resume, and an addressed key selection criteria document.

Please email all applications with your three attached documents 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 05 July 2021

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


Executive Assistant Operations

Full time position, fixed term contract till 30 June 2023 (subject to funding).

WHO WE ARE:

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity that works at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Our vision is for a Measurably Healthier Gippsland.

We work closely with the primary health care system, identifying opportunities to improve health outcomes in Gippsland communities. We do this through health system improvement programs, and by commissioning services to address local health needs via our regional commissioning role.

We aim to:

  • ensure health issues are prioritised, understood and invested in; using local strengths;
  • build and support local capability in primary health care professionals;
  • enable transparent communication and information exchange across the primary health care sector; and
  • improve access in primary health services particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes, and where gaps exist in hard to reach locations.

 WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Executive Assistant Operations

We currently have a full time (1.0FTE) career opportunity available as an Executive Assistant Operations, reporting to the Executive Manager of Operations.

The Executive Assistant Operations enables the efficient and effective functioning of the Executive Manager Operations through providing high level administration and project support to the Operations team.  Reporting directly to the Executive Manager Operations the position will assist teams and portfolio areas of Digital Health and Integration, Regional Services, Health Planning Research & Evaluation, Emergency Response and Communications Support. The Executive Assistant Operations will also contribute to research and analysis, planning and monitoring, and reporting activities within the teams.

We are looking for an astute, agile, dynamic, outcomes focused team member with previous experience working as a personal or executive assistant; highly developed communication and interpersonal skills including proven experience in working and building relationships with a wide range of stakeholders to influence positive outcomes; and a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision with exceptional time management and organisational skills, particularly in relation to managing multiple priorities and tasks.

Use your technical and professional skills to complete work packages including but not limited to:

  • Assisting with the delivery of team projects and activities as defined within the Annual and Business Plan, under the direction of Executive Manager Operations and the Leadership Team;
  • Providing support to teams specifically within the areas of Digital Health and Integration, Regional Services, Health Planning Research & Evaluation, Emergency Response and Communications Support;
  • Assisting in the development of reports, fact sheets and other tools that can be used both internally and externally to support the Operations functions at Gippsland PHN;
  • Providing high level administrative support for the Executive Manager Operations, including appointment scheduling, diary/calendar maintenance, minute taking for organisational committees and working groups, and Board Committees, document processing, drafting correspondence, email and records management and liaison with internal and external stakeholders;
  • Maintaining relevant registers, initiate review processes, and draft policy and procedure updates where appropriate;
  • Maintaining procedures to support Managers in team monitoring and reporting of program outcomes and expenditure; and
  • Providing support and backfill to the Executive Assistant to the CEO as required including preparation and upload of Board and Committee meeting papers; taking Board and Committee meeting minutes; and communication with Board Directors.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • attractive remuneration;
  • salary packaging;
  • flexible working environments with opportunities to work from a mix of office based locations and home office environments by agreement;
  • a great organisational culture; and
  • the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like you – Apply Today!

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

Download the position description.

To be considered for this position applications must include a covering letter, a resume, and an addressed key selection criteria document.

Please email all applications with your three attached documents 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 05 July 2021

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


Procurement and Contracts Officer

Part time position, fixed term contracts till 30 June 2023 (subject to funding).

WHO WE ARE:

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity that works at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Our vision is for a Measurably Healthier Gippsland.

We work closely with the primary health care system, identifying opportunities to improve health outcomes in Gippsland communities. We do this through health system improvement programs, and by commissioning services to address local health needs via our regional commissioning role.

We aim to:

  • ensure health issues are prioritised, understood and invested in; using local strengths;
  • build and support local capability in primary health care professionals;
  • enable transparent communication and information exchange across the primary health care sector; and
  • improve access in primary health services particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes, and where gaps exist in hard to reach locations.

 WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Procurement and Contracts Officers

Are you a contracts superstar looking to work in a shared role with a close-knit and supportive team?

We currently have a part time (0.6FTE) career opportunity available as a Procurement and Contracts Officer, reporting to the Manager of Quality and Systems.

The Procurement and Contracts Officer will act as the primary day to day contact for contract administration across Gippsland PHN, ensuring that all contracts are developed and administrated in line with legal and organisational requirements. The role will be responsible for all contract administration and identifying and supporting systemic changes in the procurement and contracting areas to reduce variability of practice, build staff and organisational capacity around procurement and contracting, and add value through supporting robust contract management processes.

We are looking for astute, agile, dynamic, outcomes focused team members with excellent communication and interpersonal skills; contracts administration experience and a strong ability to work as part of a team in a shared role; and knowledge and experience collaborating with staff and stakeholders to support all procurement and contract responsibilities.

Use your technical and professional skills to complete work packages including but not limited to:

  • Completing all tasks associated with the planning, preparation, drafting, approvals, offers, execution, handover and variations of contracts during normal and peak procurement and contracting cycles;
  • Identifying issues and providing guidance in the preparation of acquisition, tender, assessment, risk management, negotiation, contracts, and contract management plans and documentation;
  • Supporting and monitoring the implementation of processes and systems of procurement (both general services and commissioned services) working across all functions within the organisation;
  • Contributing to organisational data and activities through IT systems, BI Tool, Balanced Score Card and reports for capturing quality commissioned services and population health planning information;
  • Contribute to maintaining systems to enable the flow of information and data between teams to track performance and contribute to the completion of reports, data and analysis;
  • Complying with relevant statutory requirements in order for Gippsland PHN to achieve value for money in its procurement operations;
  • Providing input into Gippsland PHN Contracts Register/System developments and improvements. Entering, reviewing and monitoring procurement and contract information into the Gippsland PHN Contracts Register/System, and providing regular and adhoc reporting and conduct analysis for executives and contract managers; and
  • Providing considered advice to the Manager Quality and Systems; ensuring strategic and operational risks, challenges, opportunities and key issues are identified. Providing training to Gippsland PHN staff in the basic operation of the Gippsland PHN Contracts Register/System and their role within the system.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • attractive remuneration;
  • salary packaging;
  • flexible working environments with opportunities to work from a mix of office based locations and home office environments by agreement;
  • a great organisational culture; and
  • the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like you – Apply Today!

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

Download the position description.

To be considered for this position applications must include a covering letter, a resume, and an addressed key selection criteria document.

Please email all applications with your three attached documents 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 05 July 2021

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


State-wide Project Coordinator – Cancer Shared Care

Full time position, fixed term contract till 30 June 2023 (subject to funding).

WHO WE ARE:

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity that works at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Our vision is for a Measurably Healthier Gippsland.

We work closely with the primary health care system, identifying opportunities to improve health outcomes in Gippsland communities. We do this through health system improvement programs, and by commissioning services to address local health needs via our regional commissioning role.

We aim to:

  • ensure health issues are prioritised, understood and invested in; using local strengths;
  • build and support local capability in primary health care professionals;
  • enable transparent communication and information exchange across the primary health care sector; and
  • improve access in primary health services particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes, and where gaps exist in hard to reach locations.

 WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

State-wide Project Coordinator – Cancer Shared Care

We currently have a full time (1.0FTE) career opportunity available as a State-wide Project Coordinator – Cancer Shared Care in Regional Victoria, reporting to the Manager Digital Health and Integration.

This role is responsible for the facilitation, coordination and implementation of the Cancer Shared Care in Regional Victoria project. The project is funded by the Department of Health and aims to improve the access to, and co-ordination of, cancer shared care in regional Victoria. It also aims to ensure that prevention, early detection and good survivorship care are delivered in a timely manner, and to a high quality, equal to cancer care in metropolitan Melbourne.

A key function of this role is to implement models of shared care and community-based self-management, with a focus on coordination of care across regional clusters and to promote and embed equitable use of survivorship care plans in cancer services and primary and community care services, with a focus on underserved groups. The role will also provide central coordination to other participating Victorian regional PHNs.

We are looking for an astute, agile, dynamic, outcomes focused team member with skills in project management, contract management, time management, stakeholder engagement, research and evaluation, with a strong ability to work as part of a team.

Lead the coordination, facilitation and implementation of the project including:

  • Development of a detailed project plan and project methodology;
  • Financial oversight;
  • Monitoring and evaluation of individual projects and the overall program area;
  • Maintaining detailed project plans and controls, including managing deliverables of specific projects and other innovation initiatives;
  • Stakeholder consultations with key stakeholders across the spectrum of care;
  • Reporting to funders; and
  • Ensuring contracted performance outcomes for the project are delivered according to appropriate funding agreements.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • attractive remuneration;
  • salary packaging;
  • flexible working environments with opportunities to work from a mix of office based locations and home office environments by agreement;
  • a great organisational culture; and
  • the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like you – Apply Today!

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

Download position description.

To be considered for this position applications must include a covering letter, a resume, and an addressed key selection criteria document.

Please email all applications with your three attached documents 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 21 June 2021

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


Coordinator Commissioning

Full time position, fixed term contract till 30 June 2023 (subject to funding).

WHO WE ARE:

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity that works at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Our vision is for a Measurably Healthier Gippsland.

We work closely with the primary health care system, identifying opportunities to improve health outcomes in Gippsland communities. We do this through health system improvement programs, and by commissioning services to address local health needs via our regional commissioning role.

We aim to:

  • ensure health issues are prioritised, understood and invested in; using local strengths;
  • build and support local capability in primary health care professionals;
  • enable transparent communication and information exchange across the primary health care sector; and
  • improve access in primary health services particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes, and where gaps exist in hard to reach locations.

 WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Coordinator Commissioning

We currently have a full time (1.0FTE) career opportunity available as a Coordinator Commissioning, reporting to the Manager Procurement, Quality and Systems.

This role is responsible for coordinating the efforts of outcomes based primary care commissioning within each of the subregions in Gippsland. Working in close collaboration with the Regional Services and Health Planning Research and Evaluation Teams, the Coordinator Commissioning will facilitate and coordinate co-design of service models and procurement activity based on the primary health needs of Gippsland.

The Coordinator Commissioning will ensure standards and practices are applied in line with Gippsland PHN’s Clinical Governance Framework, Performance & Monitoring Governance Framework and provide guidance to Subregional Coordinators. In addition, the Coordinator Commissioning will have direct supervision and oversight responsibilities of the Commissioning Officer.

We are looking for an astute, agile, dynamic, outcomes focused team member with exceptional skills in supervision and mentoring of staff, stakeholder engagement, financial literacy and budgeting, project management, procurement planning, reporting, contracts management, oral and written communications, with a strong ability to work as part of a team.

Use your technical and professional skills to complete work packages including but not limited to:

  • Using the information within funding schedules and associated directives, facilitate and coordinate the development of new and or revised models of care/commissioned services/programs using co-design principles;
  • Populate project and procurement plans and Board reports with detailed information captured during the development of new/revised models of care;
  • Maintain procedures to ensure that expenditure is effectively monitored;
  • Contribute to delivery of tenders, contracts, programs, projects and initiatives and ensure sound principles and approaches are applied to all activities. Participate in specific working groups and committees as identified;
  • Contribute to the processes in place to effectively monitor, review and report on the delivery of commissioned programs and services, budget performance and achievement of all activities funded within the Annual Plan; and
  • Contribute to the collection of data to inform and support population health planning; identifying the health needs of the region, and the completion of reports, data and analysis.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • attractive remuneration;
  • salary packaging;
  • flexible working environments with opportunities to work from a mix of office based locations and home office environments by agreement;
  • a great organisational culture; and
  • the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like you – Apply Today!

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

Download position description.

To be considered for this position applications must include a covering letter, a resume, and an addressed key selection criteria document.

Please email all applications with your three attached documents 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 21 June 2021

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


Commissioning Officer

Full time position, fixed term contract till 30 June 2023 (subject to funding).

WHO WE ARE:

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity that works at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Our vision is for a Measurably Healthier Gippsland.

We work closely with the primary health care system, identifying opportunities to improve health outcomes in Gippsland communities. We do this through health system improvement programs, and by commissioning services to address local health needs via our regional commissioning role.

We aim to:

  • ensure health issues are prioritised, understood and invested in; using local strengths;
  • build and support local capability in primary health care professionals;
  • enable transparent communication and information exchange across the primary health care sector; and
  • improve access in primary health services particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes, and where gaps exist in hard to reach locations.

 WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Commissioning Officer

We currently have a full time (1.0FTE) career opportunity available as a Commissioning Officer, reporting to the Coordinator Commissioning.

This role works directly with the Procurement, Quality and Systems team and also collaboratively with the wider Operational Teams within Gippsland PHN, supporting efficient and effective commissioning practices. The Commissioning Officer contributes to research and analysis, planning, procurement, tendering, reporting and evaluation activities across the teams. The Commissioning Officer will work in line with Gippsland PHN’s Clinical Governance Framework, Performance & Monitoring Governance Framework and provide functional support to the broader organisation with regards to the monitoring of programs and contracts within each subregion.

We are looking for an astute, agile, dynamic, outcomes focused team member with skills in project management, time management, stakeholder engagement, data collection, and financial literacy, with a strong ability to work as part of a team.

Use your technical and professional skills to complete work packages including but not limited to:

  • Contribute to the processes in place to effectively monitor, review and report on the delivery of commissioned programs and services, budget performance and achievement of all activities funded within the Annual Plan;
  • Contribute to the collection of data to inform and support population health planning identifying the health needs of the region. Contribute to the completion of reports, data and analysis;
  • Contribute to the development of new models of care/commissioned services/programs using co-design principles. Maintain procedures to ensure that expenditure is effectively monitored and contribute to the collection of data to inform and support population health planning; identifying the health needs of the region, and the completion of reports, data and analysis;
  • Contribute to delivery of contracts, programs, projects and initiatives and ensure sound principles and approaches are applied to all activities. Manage and/or participate in specific working groups and committees as identified;
  • Develop and maintain administration systems as they relate to programs;
  • Provide support in relation to Gippsland PHN procuring and contracting activities including acquisition, tender, assessment, risk management, negotiation, contracts and contract management plans, documentation, processes and procedures; and
  • Work closely with the Regional Services, Digital Health and Integration, Communications and Emergency Response teams recognising commissioning, clinical governance and performance have touch points in all PHN program areas.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • attractive remuneration;
  • salary packaging;
  • flexible working environments with opportunities to work from a mix of office based locations and home office environments by agreement;
  • a great organisational culture; and
  • the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like you – Apply Today!

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

Download position description.

To be considered for this position applications must include a covering letter, a resume, and an addressed key selection criteria document.

Please email all applications with your three attached documents 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 21 June 2021

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


Coordinator Regional Services – Latrobe/Baw Baw

Full time position, fixed term contract till 30 June 2022 (subject to funding).

WHO WE ARE:

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity that works at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Our vision is for a Measurably Healthier Gippsland.

We work closely with the primary health care system, identifying opportunities to improve health outcomes in Gippsland communities. We do this through health system improvement programs, and by commissioning services to address local health needs via our regional commissioning role

We aim to:

  • ensure health issues are prioritised, understood and invested in; using local strengths;
  • build and support local capability in primary health care professionals;
  • enable transparent communication and information exchange across the primary health care sector; and
  • improve access in primary health services particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes, and where gaps exist in hard to reach locations.

 WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Coordinator Regional Services – Latrobe/Baw Baw

We currently have a full time (1.0FTE) career opportunity available as a Coordinator Regional Services – Latrobe/Baw Baw, reporting to the Manager Regional Services.

This role is responsible for leading a multidisciplinary subregional team comprising of Regional Service Officers. It will be expected that a Coordinator will take on a specialist role in relation to core activities and provide specialist support and advice across teams as required. The Coordinator role actively contributes to operational planning, culture development, and continuous improvement in policies, systems, programs and processes. This includes both commissioning, contract management and project based work.

This position will directly interact with local community, key stakeholders including general practice, mental health service providers Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations, Alcohol and Other Drug providers in collaboration with other coordinators and colleagues to successfully meet contractual obligations and to build the capacity of the primary health sector to deliver excellent health outcomes in the community.

A key function of the subregional team will be to build relationships with multiple stakeholders, enable support and monitoring of contracts, programs and projects. The Coordinator will take a whole of system approach to improving health outcomes within a subregion.

We are looking for an astute, agile, dynamic, outcomes focused team member with skills in; project management, contract management, evaluation, time management, stakeholder engagement, research and evaluation, and oral and written communication, with a strong ability to work as part of a team.

Use your technical and professional skills to complete work packages including but not limited to:

  • Ensure the delivery of commissioned service contracts and monitoring the delivery and compliance against any terms listed in the agreement. Manage and/or participate in specific projects, working groups and committees as identified;
  • Support practice facilitation using a range of organisational development, project management, contract management, quality improvement, and practice improvement approaches and methods, to build the internal capacity of practices over time;
  • Contribute to the collection of data to inform and support population health planning identifying the health needs of the region. Maintain procedures to ensure that expenditure is effectively monitored and contribute to the completion of reports, data and analysis; and
  • Identify and manage portfolios for sub-regional teams to develop innovative solutions to address service gaps and improve access to Primary Health Care.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • attractive remuneration;
  • salary packaging;
  • flexible working environments with opportunities to work from a mix of office based locations and home office environments by agreement;
  • a great organisational culture; and
  • the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like you – Apply Today!

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

Download position description.

To be considered for this position applications must include a covering letter, a resume, and an addressed key selection criteria document.

Please email all applications with your three attached documents 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 21 June 2021

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


Emergency Response Support Officer

Full time position, fixed term contract till 30 June 2022 (subject to funding).

WHO WE ARE:

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity that works at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Our vision is for a Measurably Healthier Gippsland.

We work closely with the primary health care system, identifying opportunities to improve health outcomes in Gippsland communities. We do this through health system improvement programs, and by commissioning services to address local health needs via our regional commissioning role

We aim to:

  • ensure health issues are prioritised, understood and invested in; using local strengths;
  • build and support local capability in primary health care professionals;
  • enable transparent communication and information exchange across the primary health care sector; and
  • improve access in primary health services particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes, and where gaps exist in hard to reach locations.

 WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Emergency Response Support Officer

We currently have a full time (1.0FTE) career opportunity available as an Emergency Response Support Officer, reporting to the Manager Emergency Response.

This role will directly support the Manager Emergency Response in emergency preparedness, response and recovery phases.  Although Commonwealth and state agencies have the overall responsibility for on-the-ground disaster management during natural disasters or health emergencies, Gippsland PHN plays an important role in supporting the coordination of a strong primary health care response that delivers care when and where it is needed, and ensuring an organised, effective response that meets community need.

This position supports Gippsland PHN’s influence in the ongoing coordination efforts for the region and within the local health systems and structure. In collaboration with key stakeholders and relevant program areas across Gippsland PHN, the Emergency Response Support Officer will assist in supporting activity including, but not limited to:

  • Assisting in Emergency planning and preparedness work, both regional and organisational, including developing preparedness and response plans and related communication;
  • Supporting GP-led Respiratory Clinics and ongoing distribution of personal protective equipment (PPE) to primary care services as directed by the Commonwealth Department of Health;
  • Supporting the Australia COVID-19 Vaccine and Treatment Strategy to the primary, aged care and disability sectors;
  • Supporting the Psychosocial and mental health recovery program for bushfire and drought affected communities in East Gippsland and Wellington Local Government Areas;
  • Assisting in the effective collection, collation, analysis and interpretation of regional and local data from a variety of sources; and
  • Assisting in providing critical input into funding for the utilisation of mental health and wellbeing services and supports.

We are looking for an astute, agile, dynamic, outcomes focused team member with skills in project planning and management, contract management, research and evaluation, time management, stakeholder engagement, and oral and written communication with a strong ability to work as part of a team.

Use your technical and professional skills to complete work packages including but not limited to:

  • Support the Gippsland PHN components of the COVID-19 Vaccine and Treatment Strategy for the primary, aged care and disability sectors in partnership with the Gippsland Regional Public Health Unit, State and Commonwealth Departments of Health;
  • Support components of the Mental Health Supports for Bushfire Affected Australians Program and the Empowering our Communities Initiative;
  • Promote and support the delivery of health service initiatives and programs for communities affected by disaster through the development, management, and maintenance of positive, outcome-oriented partnerships with external agencies and primary care providers;
  • Work across Gippsland PHN to support emergency preparedness and planning;
  • Work across different organisation and jurisdiction boundaries so that services can be delivered in a practical and sensible way to the people who need them;
  • Assist with Identifying, reporting and responding to any emerging health or other issues; and
  • Assist with Identifying any gaps in service delivery or access and respond in a timely manner.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • attractive remuneration;
  • salary packaging;
  • flexible working environments with opportunities to work from a mix of office based locations and home office environments by agreement;
  • a great organisational culture; and
  • the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like you – Apply Today!

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

Download position description.

To be considered for this position applications must include a covering letter, a resume, and an addressed key selection criteria document.

Please email all applications with your three attached documents 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 21 June 2021

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


Project Officer Health Innovation and Integration

Full time position, fixed term contract till 30 June 2023 (subject to funding).

WHO WE ARE:

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity that works at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Our vision is for a Measurably Healthier Gippsland.

We work closely with the primary health care system, identifying opportunities to improve health outcomes in Gippsland communities. We do this through health system improvement programs, and by commissioning services to address local health needs via our regional commissioning role.

We aim to:

  • ensure health issues are prioritised, understood and invested in; using local strengths;
  • build and support local capability in primary health care professionals;
  • enable transparent communication and information exchange across the primary health care sector; and
  • improve access in primary health services particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes, and where gaps exist in hard to reach locations.

 WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Project Officer Health Innovation and Integration

We currently have a full time (1.0FTE) career opportunity available as a Project Officer Health Innovation and Integration, reporting to the Manager Digital Health and Integration.

This role is responsible for activities to support the implementation of the Gippsland PHN Digital Health Strategy. The Gippsland PHN Digital Health Strategy outlines innovative Digital Health solutions that drive quality, safety, accessibility, transparency and efficiency throughout the health system, in the areas of integrated and coordinated care, chronic disease management and supported self-care.  A key function of this role is to support the delivery such digital health projects and assist the organisation to build the capacity of the primary and acute health sectors to deliver excellent health outcomes in the community.

We are looking for an astute, agile, dynamic, outcomes focused team member with skills in project management, time management, stakeholder engagement, data collection and interpretation, and communication skills with a strong ability to work as part of a team.

Use your technical and professional skills to complete work packages including but not limited to:

  • Support the implementation of the Gippsland PHN Digital Health Strategy by:
  • Leading projects maintaining detailed project plans and controls, including managing deliverables of specific projects and other innovate driven initiatives;
  • Monitoring and evaluation;
  • Reporting to funders and working with external evaluators; and
  • Ensuring contracted performance outcomes for programs supporting the Digital Health and Integration team are delivered according to appropriate funding agreements.
  • Contribute to the Gippsland HealthPathways program through the coordination of required information to support localisation of clinical and referral pathways, by collecting and maintaining local health service provider information including outpatient clinic information, community-based services, private sector information and any other relevant information identified and the establishment of specialist working groups;
  • Support collection of data to inform and support population health planning identifying the health needs of the region;
  • Contribute to the analysis and interpretation of data to inform system improvements and provide considered advice to the Manager Digital Health and Integration and Project Coordinator Digital Health Quality Improvement; and
  • Contribute to the delivery and monitoring of service contract compliance. Participate in specific projects, working groups and committees as identified.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • attractive remuneration;
  • salary packaging;
  • flexible working environments with opportunities to work from a mix of office based locations and home office environments by agreement;
  • a great organisational culture; and
  • the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like you – Apply Today!

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

Download position description.

To be considered for this position applications must include a covering letter, a resume, and an addressed key selection criteria document.

Please email all applications with your three attached documents 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 21 June 2021

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


Finance and Payroll Officer

Part time position, fixed term contract till 30 June 2023 (subject to funding).

WHO WE ARE:

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity that works at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Our vision is for a Measurably Healthier Gippsland.

We work closely with the primary health care system, identifying opportunities to improve health outcomes in Gippsland communities. We do this through health system improvement programs, and by commissioning services to address local health needs via our regional commissioning role.

We aim to:

  • ensure health issues are prioritised, understood and invested in; using local strengths;
  • build and support local capability in primary health care professionals;
  • enable transparent communication and information exchange across the primary health care sector; and
  • improve access in primary health services particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes, and where gaps exist in hard to reach locations.

 WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Finance and Payroll Officer

Do you have experience in finance and payroll and are looking to work in a shared role with a close-knit and supportive team? We currently have a part time (0.6FTE) career opportunity available as a Finance and Payroll Officer, reporting to the Manager of Finance.

The Finance and Payroll Officer will provide quality, consistent and timely financial support to the Manager Finance, 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. This role also includes the full payroll function. On a fortnightly basis, payroll (including salary packaging) is prepared and submitted. Superannuation is remitted monthly.

We are looking for astute, agile, dynamic, outcomes focused team members with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Finance administration experience and a strong ability to work as part of a team in a shared role environment is a must.

Use your technical and professional skills to complete work packages including but not limited to:

  • Providing general financial support to the Manager Finance, maintain the organisational purchase order process, assistance with authorising of payments, raising of purchase orders for credit card charges, and liaison with vendors;
  • Providing the accounts payable function with a shared monitoring of the accounts e-mails. Undertake finance related tasks, including basic analysis of accounts, preparation and distribution of reports;
  • Providing the payroll processes. Assist in maintaining organisation records and registers, including electronic filing; Remit superannuation monthly;
  • Providing monthly reconciliation and top up of corporate debit cards; and
  • Providing leave relief for members of the finance team when required.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • attractive remuneration;
  • salary packaging;
  • flexible working environments with opportunities to work from a mix of office based locations and home office environments by agreement;
  • a great organisational culture; and
  • the chance for you to make a real difference to the health outcomes in our community.

HOW TO APPLY:

If this sounds like you – Apply Today!

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

Download position description.

To be considered for this position applications must include a covering letter, a resume, and an addressed key selection criteria document.

Please email all applications with your three attached documents 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 21 June 2021

Previous Applicants need not apply.

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

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