2 Full Time Opportunities to work as OCCC Mental Health Nurse - Richmond Wellbeing
(2 full time opportunities up to 30 June 2019)
Richmond Wellbeing (RW) is a leading mental health service provider, where our employees use their unique talent and experience to support individuals in changing their lives for the better.
RW is looking toward the future and to effectively deliver the Outreach Clinical Care Coordinator Program.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for qualified and experienced Mental Health nurses to be based in Cannington. The hours offered will be up to 75 hours per fortnight. Part time hours can be negotiated with the successful candidate.
You will ideally be a Registered Nurse who have community mental health experience, to work alongside General Practice to provide brief interventions and link patients with community service organisations, providing a stepped care service, responding to complex need in the community.
Why Work for Richmond Wellbeing?
Besides providing high quality training and salary packaging we also offer:
Additional leave for Christmas, Birthday and a Wellbeing day
Employee Assistance Program
Flexible and friendly team environment
If you have a positive attitude, enthusiastic and passionate in providing excellent support to people with mental illness or disabilities, we would love to hear from you!
Applying is easy. Have your cover letter and resume ready, click the Apply for this job button, attach the documents and click submit!
For job related queries, please contact Richard Menasse, Face 2 Face Practice Lead at 08 9350 8828.
Applications close 4pm, Friday 20 July 2018.
Richmond Wellbeing reserves the right to close this position prior to the closing date.
Richmond Wellbeing welcomes and celebrates individuals from all diverse groups and backgrounds. Our workplace actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions of all people.
Clinical Nurse/Midwife Positions - St. Vincent's Private Hospital Maternity Unit, Toowoomba QLD
As part of St Vincent’s Health Australia’s (SVHA) vision for a reconciled Australia is that all our people and communities share in the health and prosperity that this nation has to offer. St Vincent’s Health Australia is committed to reconciliation and Closing the Gap in employment related outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Operating across the spectrum of health care services, we offer roles for doctors, nurses, midwives, therapists, pharmacists, social workers, mental health workers, engineers, carpenters, receptionists, business professionals, researchers, and in allied health, education, administration, corporate support and many more in our Private and Public Hospitals.
We are inviting applications from suitably qualified and experienced nurses for Registered Nurse/Midwife positions within the Maternity Unit at St Vincent’s Private Hospital.
Closing Date: 31st September 2018 (But want to fill this position ASAP !!!!)
Position: Clinical Nurse / Midwife
Location: Toowoomba, Queensland
To be successful in your application you will need to demonstrate:
Have at least 2 years post registration experience, recently working in an acute care environment;
Are an excellent communicator, with the ability to multi-task and prioritise in a busy environment of competing demands; and
Hold current registration with AHPRA
Ensuring excellent customer service;
Direct delivery of patient care;
Adherence to key performance indicators.
As a valued employee of St Vincent’s Care Services we can offer you:
Opportunity to work for the nation’s largest Catholic not-for-profit health and aged care provider, with a rapidly growing and progressive vision;
Access to our corporate private health insurance and benefits discounts
Access to the private health industry salary packaging up to $9,010.00 tax free per year
Continual professional development via our internal education department
A friendly team environment with a great community care spirit;
Ability to visibly see your impact on the business and its service;
Variety of ongoing training and professional development opportunities;
Full Cultural Post Placement Support to provide guidance and support for your first 26 weeks of employment;
Culturally safe workplace;
No cost uniforms and training.
Candidates will need to hold and maintain a National Criminal History Check at their own expense or be eligible to receive one prior to commencing.
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Toowoomba is part of the largest Catholic Healthcare provider in Australia and the largest acute private hospital on the Darling Downs. A facility of St Vincent’s Health Australia under the stewardship of Mary Aikenhead Ministries, St Vincent’s Private Hospital Toowoomba offers quality services to our patients and visitors in a caring, friendly atmosphere.
For more information, contact Edward Solien on 0734357256 or Edward.Solien@svha.org.au
Clinical Nurse, ENT Outreach, Deadly Ears Program, Child & Youth Community Health Service, CHQHHS
Location: South Brisbane Further details: Deadly Ears is a Statewide, ENT outreach, and ear and hearing health program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.
Travel will be a requirement of this position.
The position of Clinical Nurse will:
* Lead/Manage the delivery of Paediatric ENT Outreach clinic and surgical services to rural and remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
* Coordinate outreach teams and local Health Workers to deliver safe, quality and culturally appropriate services.
* Provide direct patient care and act as an educational resource on all aspects of clinical care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families in the context of chronic ear disease and associated conductive hearing loss.
An excellent opportunity to maximize housing affordability, develop your Nursing Career and enjoy the unique U.S. Mid West lifestyle.
Key features : Housing Affordability, Career Development, Lifestyle and low commute times
Primary locations U.S. Mid West : Indicative annual salaries U.S. $ 67,000 ( $A 87,000)
We are looking for Registered Nurses based in Australia and New Zealand, with between 5-10 Years Nursing Experience who wish to develop their careers in the U.S. Applicants should have completed a Bachelors in Nursing and currently work in an Acute Care Hospital Setting. Preferred Specialties include ICU, CCU, ER, Medical – Surgical and O.R. Sponsorship will be through the I-140 Application ( Green Card ) for the Nurse, Spouse and dependents below 21.
Applicants will benefit from the Housing Affordability Index in the U.S. Mid West which is twice the affordability factor compared to Australian Cities, a relaxed laid back lifestyle, very low commute times and excellent Career Development opportunities.
To qualify for selection, you will need to complete the U.S. Nursing Board Certification exam, the NCLEX- RN .
Please reply with your Resume to : Mr Chris Noronha, Director , Integrated Technology & Solutions LLC
The Joyce Palmer Health Service (JPHS) is seeking a Director of Nursing to lead the team on Palm Island.
JPHS consists of an Emergency Department and a 15-bed general ward and provides a primary level of acute care services to approximately 3000 Palm Island people.
Palm Island is a dynamic and growing community and on this island, you are likely to commute to work on foot, living in walking distance from the JPHS. There is little traffic, and the rainforest powers on the town's fringes.
The Director of Nursing/Facility Manager, JPHS is accountable for leadership, innovation and excellence in the provision of culturally capable care and health service delivery to the the community of Palm Island. In collaboration with the Palm Island community, Medical Superintendent of JPHS and Indigenous Service Group, you will provide service direction, coordination, strategic planning and efficient and effective use of financial, human and material resources.
What's on offer?
§ Permanent full-time position.
§ Remuneration package of up to $152,038 p.a. comprising salary range of $126,721 - $132,862 p.a. (Nurse Grade 10), 6 weeks annual recreational leave with loading (17.5%), and employer contribution to superannuation (12.75%)
§ Rural and Remote Incentive Package (RANIP)
§ Accommodation provided
§ Professional Development Assistance
§ Other employment benefits offered may include: salary sacrificing, shift allowances, locality allowances, flexible working arrangements, access to corporate discounts, staff wellness programs and the employee assistance program.
About the successful applicant
§ Bachelor of Nursing (or equivalent) and registration with AHPRA
§ Post graduate qualifications relevant to the position or working towards a relevant qualification
§ Previous experience in a senior rural/remote leadership and/or management role is highly regarded
§ This position mayl be required to travel to, and work at, other facilities located within the Townsville Hospital and Health Service. This may involve day and/or overnight stays. Travel on small planes or ferry may be required.
§ Appointees will be required to participate in an on-call roster.
§ This position requires the incumbent to operate a class C motor vehicle and an appropriate licence endorsement to operate this vehicle is required.
About the location
Working on Palm Island In the Townsville Hospital and Health Service, we recognise that looking after people's health involves occupations as diverse as food services staff, receptionists, security officers, doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, to name but a few. Our workplaces are progressive, and our workforce grows with the opportunities presented by new challenges and change. Our staff value their collegial relationships, career opportunities, their satisfying work, and being part of an organisation that strives for excellence.
As an employee on ‘Palm', you will be contributing to health service provision in an area with unique needs. The Australian Government has signalled a need to “close the gap”, a gap that exists in health standards between Aboriginal (and Torres Strait Islander) peoples and other populations. Since Palm Island is almost exclusively populated by Aboriginal peoples, every health service employee plays an important role in making a real difference there. Staff members contribute not only through using their health service expertise, but also their cultural capability.
Other information - Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD)
· Roles that have a direct contact with patients or who in the course of their work may be exposed to blood/body fluids or contaminated sharps are required to be immunised for Hepatitis B.
· Roles that have contact that would allow acquisition and/or transmission of measles, mumps, rubella, varicella or pertussis, and have face to face contact with patients and/or work in a clinical area require evidence of immunisation of the aforementioned diseases.
Please no unsolicited resumes from recruitment agencies.
closing date - Monday 16th July
Nurse Supervisor - Australian Nurse Family Partnership Program
Nunkuwarrin Yunti have a rare opportunity for Registered Nurse or Midwife to lead a flagship Nurse Home Visiting program - Australian Nurse Family Partnership Program (ANFPP) aimed at supporting Aboriginal families with a particular focus on maternal health and early childhood development.
• Classified as RN3 with starting salary as $97703.55 + super and generous salary sacrifice packages
• Based in Mile End, Adelaide
• Full-time, ongoing (subject to funding)
If you are interested please see below for details on the role and how to apply.
About the Program
The ANFPP focuses on sustained and scheduled home visiting for Aboriginal families that begins during the antenatal period and continues until the child is 2 years old.
The objectives of the ANFPP are to improve:
• outcomes in pregnancy by improving women's pre-natal health
• each child's health and development by helping mothers to provide more skilled parenting
• parental life-course by helping mothers to plan future pregnancies, complete their education and find work.
About the Opportunity
The primary focus of the Nurse Supervisor is to contribute to ongoing program establishment and guiding Nurse Home Visitors and Aboriginal Family Partnership Workers to provide support to women and families who live within the catchment areas of Playford, Port Adelaide and Enfield (Adelaide Metro) and access the two maternity hospitals (Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Lyell McEwin Hospital).
This is achieved through:
• Coordinating the development and implementation of the ANFPP and model a strength-based, culturally safe and client-centred program to achieve operational outcomes.
• Providing leadership to the team for practice governance and day to day operations of the ANFPP program.
• Developing and maintaining a positive learning environment, taking a reflective approach to service, team and individual performance development inclusive of formal training, clinical supervision and regular team meetings.
Should you have any queries or for further information please contact Kathy Obst – HR Officer via email to email@example.com Applications close Monday 2nd of July, 2018 at 11am Adelaide time.
Positions currently available with Waminda
Due to an increase in service growth and delivery we have the following exciting opportunities available within our service. These positions will be based at Waminda South Coast Women’s Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corporation in Nowra. Waminda is a family friendly, progressive organisation with employee wellbeing at the core of our business.
These positions are for being recruited for female applicants only as authorized under Section 31, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander females encouraged to apply.
Part Time – 21 Hours per week, Salary is in accordance with the new modern SCHCADS Award 2010 – Level 6, with Above Award conditions.
About the Role:
This positon will provide high quality therapeutic intervention, crisis support, group work, community development, advocacy and case management to children, adolescents, women and families who are impacted by sexual abuse, family violence, domestic violence and interpersonal trauma.
Full Time - 35 Hours per week, Salary is in accordance with the Nurses Award 2010 Level 2, with Above Award conditions. This position is covering maternity leave for a twelve month period.
About the Role
The Registered Nurse will be responsible for working collaboratively with clients, clinical staff and other health services to coordinate multidisciplinary care and services to clients through chronic illnesses and any other medical concerns.
Contact reception on (02) 44217 400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application package which can be picked up, emailed or posted. Applications must be date marked by 5pm Monday 25th June 2018 and will be accepted via email, hand delivery or post, no late applications will be accepted.
Human Resources Manager
South Coast Women’s Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corporation
PO Box 978, Nowra NSW 2541
Applicants must request an employment package and must then address all essential selection criteria.
Deadly black nurses and midwives needed for home visiting program in Brisbane
The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health is seeking Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander nurses or midwives to join our dynamic team of nurse home visitors and Family Partnership Workers in the Australian Nurse Family Partnership Program.
Positions required at both sites in Brisbane: South side based at Goodna or North side based at Strathpine, this well-resourced program is designed to walk alongside pregnant women from early pregnancy until their child’s second birthday.
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is Australia’s leading expert body promoting the development and maintenance of public and individual health standards.
NHMRC brings together within a single national organisation the functions of research funding and development of advice. One of its strengths is that it draws upon the resources of all components of the health system, including governments, medical practitioners, nurses and allied health professionals, researchers, teaching and research institutions, public and private program managers, service administrators, community health organisations, social health researchers and consumers.
NHMRC's functions come from the statutory obligations conferred by the NHMRC Act. The Act provides for the NHMRC to pursue activities designed to:
• raise the standard of individual and public health throughout Australia;
• foster the development of consistent health standards between the various States and Territories;
• foster medical research and training and public health research and training throughout Australia ; and
• foster consideration of ethical issues relating to health.
As part of our commitment to helping employees lead a healthy lifestyle, the NHMRC has a smoke-free workforce policy that applies to all employees during working hours.
More information about the NHMRC can be found at www.nhmrc.gov.au
About the Branch
Research Translation Branch covers a wide range of activity. We provide health evidence and advice, develop or approve guidelines, and manage grant schemes with a focus on translating research into policy and practice such as Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies, Partnership Centres, Partnership Projects and Centres of Research Excellence. We manage some schemes for the Medical Research Future Fund and work closely with strategic advisory committees such as the Principal Committee Indigenous Caucus and Health Translation Advisory Committee.
This EL2 position is the agency’s lead contact point with the research and health advisory communities on strategic research policy on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research. The position also has an important role on issues related to the management of NHMRC schemes and evidence provision.
About the Section
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advice section provides advice and leadership across the agency. The section supports the Principal Committee Indigenous Caucus and the CEO Working Group on Indigenous Health. Advice is provided on aspects of funding schemes relevant to Indigenous health, as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representation on NHMRC committees (such as grant review panels). The section helps to implement measures under the Tripartite Agreement on international Indigenous health, assists with implementation of the NHMRC Reconciliation Action Plan.
The section also develops the documentation for implementation for the Targeted Calls for Research on Indigenous health. A major responsibility is the implementation of and reporting on NHMRC’s Road Map 3: A Strategic framework for improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health through research. This includes the implementation of the triennial Action Plan and annual reporting.
NHMRC is seeking an experienced and high performing individual to provide strategic research policy advice to management. The individual is required to work across organisational units and lead on matters relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research. A close working relationship with the senior executive is required. Applicants must have excellent judgement and very strong stakeholder engagement skills. Experience in either the research or health sectors is desirable.
Job Specific Duties
The key responsibilities of the role are to:
• Implement NHMRC Road Map 3’s Action Plan and annual reporting
• Provide advice on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research and relationships across the agency, including for grant schemes
• Implement projects relating to Indigenous health, including research translation
• Deliver against the aims and activities of the Corporate Plan specifically in Indigenous health.
What we are looking for
Individuals must have ability to:
• Work efficiently to deliver high quality outcomes
• Understand the strategic context of their team’s work in NHMRC, across government, nationally and internationally and use this to look for opportunities to align agendas
• Develop and sustain internal and external networks and work in partnership to manage projects and deliver results
• Communicate effectively to represent NHMRC and influence key stakeholders on complex issues
• Apply strong analytical skills and good judgement to solve problems in short time frames.
Expression of Interest
Your EOI should outline how your skills, experience and attributes make you a strong candidate for this role, by framing your response around the skills and abilities identified under “What we are looking for” above.
Please limit your response to two pages. As part of your EOI you will also need to provide:
• Current resume
• Contact details of two referees.
Email your application with resume and referee’s to email@example.com
Applications Close: COB 5pm Monday 25 June 2018.
For more information about the role please contact:
Alan Singh | ph: 02 6217 9149 | email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you experience any difficulties accessing or submitting your online application, please contact our Recruitment team by email: email@example.com
Merit Pool Information
NHMRC’s standard recruitment practice for ongoing vacancies is to create a merit pool (unless otherwise advised above). Successful candidates will be placed into a merit pool which could be utilised to fill future vacancies within NHMRC or other APS agencies for 12 months from the gazettal notification.
Candidates can opt out of the merit pool at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
This recruitment round is advertised as affirmative measures. The affirmative measure is designed to address the under-representation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander staff in the Australian Public Service (APS).
Subsection 26(2) of the Commissioners Directions provides that the agency head or delegate must ensure that for a vacancy under this affirmative measure, the only eligible applicants:
• are of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent; and
• identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander; and
• are accepted by their community as being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
Candidates who apply under the affirmative measure will need to meet minimum benchmarks to progress through the assessment stages.
Evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander status
An agency head or their delegate must be satisfied that applicants under the affirmative measure meet the three criteria above.
Only applicants who are shortlisted to the face-to-face stage of the recruitment process will be required to provide evidence. This means that evidence is not required to be provided unnecessarily.
Suitable evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander status may include:
• a letter signed by the Chairperson of an incorporated Indigenous organisation confirming that the applicant is recognised as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person, or
• a confirmation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent document executed by an Indigenous organisation.
For further information on affirmative measures for recruiting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians visit the Australian Public Service Commission website.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: Aboriginal Brain Injury Coordinator
Expressions of interest are invited from Aboriginal people who would like to undertake the role as an Aboriginal Brain Injury Coordinator with the research project titled Enhancing Rehabilitation Services for Aboriginal Australians after Brain Injury: Healing Right Way.
Background: The Healing Right Way project is a Western Australian state-wide research project that aims to improve the delivery of culturally secure rehabilitation services to Aboriginal people and improve overall health outcomes for Aboriginal people after a stroke or traumatic brain injury. The study is running from 2017 – 2021.
The role of Aboriginal Brain Injury Coordinator: involves work in the hospital and community setting to provide education, support, coordination, liaison and advocacy service to participants of the Healing Right Way project. Participants of the project are Aboriginal people over the age of 18 years of age who have experienced a stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI). The Aboriginal Brain Injury Coordinator will work with participants for 6 months after their stroke or TBI.
Position requirements: The Aboriginal Brain Injury Coordinator position is appropriate for someone with the following skills and attributes:
Minimum qualification of a Certificate 3 in a relevant field. Preference will be given to individuals with Aboriginal Health Worker qualifications, Enrolled or Registered Nurses.
Experience in conducting health or needs assessments with patients and families
Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal. Includes the ability to liaise effectively with other staff, health professionals and external agencies on individual client management matters and on general service issues.
Sound problem-solving skills and ability to organise and prioritise work with a client service focus.
Skills in computing including word processing, email and internet skills.
Interest in brain injury and rehabilitation.
Current and valid Class C driver’s license.
Satisfactory completion of a Working With Children’s Check and National Police Clearance (less than 1-year old)
The position is a fixed term part time position for 1 day/week from July 2018 – July 2021
Thorough training, supervision and orientation will be provided.
For further information about this opportunity, please contact Meaghan McAllister (Project Manager) at email@example.com or by telephone: 08 6304 5468.
To express interest, please send your CV to Meaghan at the above email address.
Executive General Manager - Indigenous Services, Australian Unity
POSITION TITLE: EGM Indigenous Services
REPORTS TO: Chief Executive Officer
BUSINESS UNIT: Independent & Assisted Living
APPROVED BY: Chief Executive
INCENTIVE PROGRAM: True North
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE / EXPECTED OUTCOMES:
Transform the existing Aboriginal Home Care operations to provide holistic and culturally appropriate services that empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to thrive, creating a positive social impact for their communities. This critical role will establish a sustainable business model through strategic, innovative and collaborative leadership in order to influence public policy, improve business performance and achieve organisational and community goals.
Directly Supervises: 6-8
Budget Controlled: $N/A
Physical Activity: N/A
Key accountabilities required to achieve the primary objective – and indicate the relevant performance measure(s) for each area:
Set an inspiring vision and transform Aboriginal Home Care into one of Australia’s leading businesses
Attract capability and organisations to be contributors to the journey
Define success and develop strategic plans to achieve it
Review and develop future business strategy to accelerate business and organisational performance
Explore and evaluate new and existing market opportunities and make recommendations regarding Australian Unity’s positioning
Prepare business cases to support strategic initiatives
Develop relevant analytics to inform strategic decisions
Leadership & People Management
Listen to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities and ensure we meet their current and future needs
Ensure relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities are nourished and maintained
Showcase the capabilities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities
Build high performing, accountable and adaptive teams through effective leadership
Contribute to strategic workforce planning that supports future business requirements
Ensure effective management of recruitment, performance, development and retention for teams and stakeholders
Build frontline leadership and senior leadership capability in line with strategic requirements
Build effective succession plans and talent strategies to minimise business risk and support future business requirements
Ensure effective change leadership and communication to resolve issues, improve productivity and achieve business objectives
Ensure effective, systematic and compliant management of people issues
Drive the profitable and effective delivery of services in established and emerging markets
Provide visionary leadership in the delivery of these services through collaboration with community, referral networks, funding and supply agencies, IAL and AU management teams as well as central support services
Ensure the quality of services redefines the AU brand and client experience, exceeds compliance and accreditation standards, and achieves global high performing customer/staff satisfaction benchmarks
Actively promote a culture of continuous improvement and increase employee productivity
Respond promptly and effectively to escalated complaints and feedback from stakeholders to enhance services and business outcomes
Participate in benchmarking projects and strive for best practice and continuous improvement
Collaborate and implement effective operating models that support the continuum of care business strategy
Actively identify potential M&A targets and lead the commercial evaluation of preferred options
Lead the business case preparation, deal process and business integration of any related M&A to ensure benefits realisation
Identify strategic business tender opportunities and coordinate/manage development of submissions
Collaborate and integrate broader Australian Unity products/services to enhance IAL’s value proposition
Lead the strategic development of new products/services to support growth and customer satisfaction and effectively operationalise
Develop position papers, submissions and briefing information for internal and external stakeholders regarding legislative and policy changes
Build and actively maintain relationships with key government, industry, Australian Unity and community leaders to create strategic partnerships that drive new business opportunities and community value
To develop, manage and monitor annual P&L budgets and strategies to ensure budgeted growth targets are met/exceeded and services are delivered in a cost effective manner including:
effective monitoring of sales and referrals to ensure business growth targets are delivered
review operating models to ensure cost effective service delivery and resourcing
ensuring service agreement requirements are met and relevant reporting is monitored
maximisation of revenue through a range of strategies
Ensure strong financial management skills are developed in operational and emerging leaders to support strong commercial outcomes at all levels of the business
Relevant compliance obligations are met. Including but not limited to OHS obligations
Occupational Health & Safety
To adhere to OH&S obligations and legislative requirements.
Our Way of Being
Bold, Warm & Honest
Embed the Retirement Living Better Together principles to support the customer experience – connect , respect, make it possible
To behave in accordance with and be an advocate of the Australian Unity values and way of being.
Australian Unity is a national healthcare, financial services and retirement living organisation with $1 billion in rev enues, and providing services to more than 620,000 Australians. It is a mutual organisation with over 320,000 members and employs over 6,500 staff.
At Australian Unity, we offer more than quality, affordable products and services. Our ambition is enable millions to enjoy wellbeing.
Our people describe our culture as positive, people oriented, friendly and achievement focused. Our employee engagement is over 80% which means our people feel connected to our direction, are in roles that are challenging and believe that our leadership is of high quality.
A critical part of working at Australian Unity is behaving in alignment with our way of being. We believe that if we are Bold, Warm and Honest in all our dealing with people then we will positively work towards being a leading wellbeing company.
State and Federal Government stakeholders
Industry and regulatory bodies
Local and International competitors
CAPABILITIES, QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
Leading the Journey
Qualifications & Experience
Masters qualification in Business, Strategy or equivalent
Management consulting experience highly desirable
Government relations experience highly desirable
Business unit leadership through growth/transformation desirable
SPECIFIC ANNUAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS WILL BE ADVISED
For a confidential discussion or to obtain a detailed Position Description, please contact Adina Tilburey, Talent Acquisition Partner on 0418 902 977 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nursing Opportunities in Northern Territory Government
Job: Nursing Opportunities in Northern Territory Government
Royal Darwin Hospital and Palmerston Regional Hospital have multiple nursing vacancies across all nursing fields. We offer flexible work options, great career progression and training in specialist areas such as emergency, theatre, and medicine. Do you know someone who might be interested? Share, like, and tag today.
Academic employment opportunity at Sydney Nursing School
The University of Sydney values courage and creativity; openness and engagement; inclusion and diversity; and respect and integrity. As such, we see the importance of recruiting talent aligned to these values and are looking academic staff to teach in Indigenous Health Nursing.
Sydney Nursing School is highly regarded nationally and internationally for academic excellence, quality teaching and innovative research. Sydney Nursing School offers a range of pre-registration courses, including Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced Studies), Master of Nursing (Graduate Entry), and a suite of combined degree programs that enable students to maintain broad study interests by linking their bachelor degree in arts, science or health sciences to a Master of Nursing. Sydney Nursing School also has an exciting suite of advanced and specialised nursing programs in Cancer and Haematology, Advanced Nursing Practice, Emergency, Intensive Care, Mental Health, Primary Health Care and Nurse Practitioner, and a range of research initiatives linked to these areas.
We are undergoing significant transformative change which brings opportunity for innovation, progressive thinking, breaking with convention, challenging the status quo, and improving the world around us. We hope you will come and join us.
We are seeking to appoint two casual or part time fixed-term contract academic staff to contribute to teaching in the area of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and nursing. Ideally, you will have some tertiary teaching experience and relevant health related experience in the field of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s health. This is an opportunity to join and contribute to a growing teaching and research team at the University of Sydney and to further your teaching profile within health.
postgraduate qualification related to health and health care
recent experience working in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health care and/or health policy
excellent organisational skills
experience working as an effective team member
teaching experience in either clinical or tertiary settings
experience in higher education teaching and learning and demonstrated ability to teach Indigenous health and care to health profession students
experience in working with eLearning sites
Master of Philosophy or PhD or working towards either in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
a graduate qualification in education
Nursing Registration with AHPRA
For further information in relation to the position, please contact A/Professor Heather McKenzie, Associate Dean (Academic) on 02 9351 0546.
Due to an overwhelming demand from our clients, H1 Healthcare are seeking EENs for South West Sydney. We have a number of aged care facilities across Sydney if this area is not suitable. Are you an AIN with experience in Aged Care currently living in Australia and looking for additional work? As an agency nurse, you will be given a range of shifts to suit your lifestyle. You will need to have a minimum of 12 months experience working as an EEN in Aged care.
Successful candidates will have: • AHPRA registration • 2 recent clinical referees • Current police record • 12 months qualified experience within Aged care, preferably in aged care facilities • You must have a car
In return H1 Healthcare offer the following benefits: • Fantastic pay rates - Paid weekly • New, user-friendly app where you can pick up shifts at the click of a button • Flexible Hours to meet your needs • Fast track registration • Free online training - Qintil • Dedicated, experienced, supportive and friendly consultants • Nurse referral scheme- financial rewards
If this sounds like something you would want then please apply now.
Position Overview: With one of the largest and fastest-growing footprints of any university in the country, CQUniversity Australia is on a phenomenal trajectory, with strong growth in student numbers, courses, campuses and accolades.
We are currently recruiting experienced nurses for our 2017 intake across the Vocational Education Stream.
Health programs are at the fore front of the University’s core business with courses structured to meet the ever increasing needs of our communities here in Australia.
As a University we focus on engaged and innovative education to benefit students, industry and communities.
As an Employer we focus on engaging our employees in a family friendly workplace.
Making the transition to teaching is easier than you may think.
Please visit our website http://www.cqu.edu.au/jobsto view a full list of vacancies, locations and attractive remuneration packages.
Registered Nurse - Div 1
Catherine passion has always been to work in the health sector, particularly in Aboriginal health. She is seeking full time employment in an AMS, Medicare local or Aged Care Facility. Catherine's extensive resume is attached as well as a cover letter. For further information on Catherine please contact email@example.com
Trisha is an Endorsed Enrolled Nurse registered in Queensland with AHPRA. Looking for a position that provides an opportunity to be supported while gaining valuable experience in the nursing industry. I have great clinical skills. IV and Medications endorsed. Enthusiastic with excellent people skills and dedicated work ethic.
Sandra is a Registered Nurse with Fourteen years+ experience in ensuring high standards of culturally appropriate care for a variety of patient with in clinical settings as well as community providing nursing care to diverse populations experience in health care as an Enrolled Nurse Practitioner in out patients and in patient settings Excel at comprehension assessment, development and implementation of health care.