Base Salary: $96,213- $119,223 (p.a)Total Salary: $118,669 - $144,330 (p.a)*Full-time fixed term 2 year contractMultiple positions availableCentral Australian Aboriginal Congress has over 40 years' experience providing comprehensive primary health care for Aboriginal people living in Central Australia.Congress is seeking Clinical Psychologists / Psychologists to join our our team in making a genuine contribution to improving health outcomes for Aboriginal people.The Clinical Psychologist/Psychologist will be responsible for providing psychology assessment and therapeutic services to clients presenting with a broad range of issues related to self-esteem, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, anger and conflict management, grief and loss, stress related physical illness, sleep difficulties, domestic violence, sexual problems, relationship issues, alcohol and substance misuse.Remote travel is an inherent requirement of this position. Experience in working with children and/or adolescents is desirable.Alice Springs offers a unique lifestyle in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere in the heart of Australia. It is within easy reach of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Watarrka (Kings Canyon) and a host of other world heritage sites.As well as a wonderful lifestyle and rewarding work, Congress offers the following:Competitive salaries;Six (6) weeks annual leave;Professional Development;9.5% superannuation;Generous salary packaging;Family friendly conditions;Relocation assistance (where applicable);For more information on the position please contact: Dr Jon-Paul Cacioli Social and Emotional Wellbeing Manager on (08) 8959 4799.Applications close: SUNDAY 20 AUGUST 2017Total effective package includes: base salary, district allowance, superannuation, leave loading and estimated tax saving from salary packaging options.Contact Human Resources on (08) 8959 4774 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.To apply for this job go to: www.caac.org.au/hr & enter ref code: 3671090
Job Reference: 3671090 | Location: Alice Springs | Listed: 04 August 2017
Excellent conditionsCampbelltown/Bankstown/Bass HillPart Time and Casual Positions Available24/7 Rotating rosterRoyal Rehab aims to be Australia's leading rehabilitation & disability support provider. We provide a best-in-class approach through our commitment to clinical, research & teaching excellence, innovative patient programs and person-centered disability services.Become a member of our friendly and energetic Lifestyle Support team to support service users in the Campbelltown, Bankstown and Bass Hill areas. The Support Worker position is pivotal in promoting great outcomes for our clients as they embark on a new stage in their Lifestyle journey. Our role is to empower clients to have a great life, by actively participating in the community and maximising independence, underpinned by values of respect and dignity, choice and control.About our clientsOur clients love being part of their local community and participating in all kinds of activities of their choice. Our clients will need support to maximize their mobility and independence, even though some may be reliant on wheelchairs and other aids.About the role:A focus on maximizing independence in a variety of settings: home, work and community.A holistic, person-centered approach to working with clients with complex needs and positive expectations.A key player in the clients' network of supports, requiring great communication and collaboration.Supporting personal care needs is an important part of the model.Collaboratively working with team members to share information, ideas and active support strategies.Flexible shifts across a 24/7 rotating roster of length between 3 - 10 hours.You will be successful in this role if:You are a self-starter, friendly and resilient person.You can demonstrate commitment to the values of dignity, respect, inclusion, empowerment, confidentiality and strength-based practice.You will support and promote the individual needs, skills, abilities and personal goals of people with disabilities.You have experience in actively supporting people with a disability, particularly people who have diverse and complex support needs, within a person-centered framework.You are committed to working consistently and individually with each client, to meet their individual needs and aspirations.You can work independently and safely, and as part of a professional team to provide excellent supports to our clients.You will also need:Certificate III in Disability or an equivalent qualification (or working towards).Current First Aid CertificateNSW Working with Children Check (or current application)Good written communication skills and excellent verbal communication and listening skillsConfidence in using a computer.Successful applicants will be offered either a Permanent Part Time or Casual position with the option of tax savings through our salary packaging scheme, as well as ongoing career and skill development.Further enquiries: Jenna Nowlan - Operations Manager 0401 148 750, email@example.com and Alicia Luraschi - Operations Manager, Alicia.firstname.lastname@example.org
Two positions available0.6EFT Fixed Term until 13th October 2017 & 0.6EFT ongoingBased on Collingwood,Why work for us:You will be in joining a health service which will see you working in a fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment, where every employee plays a critical role in our ongoing success. You will enjoy a variety of benefits, including:Variety in work and a sense of achievement;Enjoy Not for Profit generous salary packaging options, which will significantly increase the value of take-home pay; and Work/life balance, variety and flexibility,The cohealth AOD Response team, consisting of AOD North and West, is a specialist AOD primary health service, providing holistic health and harm reduction services to people who use drugs (PWUD). Three teams operate from the Northern site: harm reduction, primary care and AOD counselling.AOD Response North offers a medical practice as well as nursing and allied health, counselling and Needle & Syringe Program (NSP), and a drop-in service that is staffed by community health workers..The role of the Community Health Worker/ Needle & Syringe Program is to deliver effective, friendly and efficient services to clients by:Providing engagement and support, including advocacy and liaison;Providing information and referral to appropriate services both within cohealth and externally;Working to facilitate the delivery of pharmacotherapies in collaboration with GPs and other service providers;Promoting health and risk reducing behaviours amongst PWUD;NSP duties as required at sites across cohealth; andWorking with PWUD in a sensitive, confidential and non-judgmental manner..To be successful for this role you will have:Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline (e.g. AOD, community development, social work), Certificate IV or higher, with minimum two years relevant work experience. Lived experience will be highly regarded;The ability to engage with service users in a warm, non-judgemental manner, demonstrate a strong customer service focussed approach and where appropriate engage the client in harm reduction brief interventions, education and/or information and referral;Demonstrated understanding of harm reduction as it applies to people who use drugs (PWUD), including the transmission and prevention of blood borne viruses (Hepatitis B and C, HIV and STIs). Demonstrated commitment to the principles of harm reduction and the ability to translate them into practical strategies; andThe ability to multi-task and prioritise effectively to achieve quality outcomes in a busy, client-focussed environment.,If you have the passion, dedication and drive to make a difference to achieving high quality care with demonstrated success in working with clients with complex psychosocial issues then capitalise on this great opportunity, apply today!,Who is cohealth?For more information about cohealth and the services provided, please visit our website: www.cohealth.org.au.This position will be paid under the Community Health Centre (Stand Alone Services) Social and Community Service Employees Multi Enterprise Agreement 2013 - 2015, Community Development worker, Class 2A, year dependent on experience (SCHADS 4)To be considered for the role, you must address the Key Selection Criteria (with clear headings) within your cover letter. The Key Selection Criteria can be found in the attached Position Description.Please clearly indicate in your cover letter which position you're applying for.Applications close on 20th AugustPeople accepting employment with cohealth are unable to access our services
Part time 0.86 EFT (33 hours) Six month contractThis position is based around inner north and western suburbs of Melbourne,The role is suited to someone who is passionate about working in a community field. You must be adaptable, capable of dealing with change, plus have a comprehensive understanding of health and social issues for people who use drugs (PWUD). Our organisation offers attractive salary packaging and flexible working conditions.,cohealth aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people who use drugs in the inner north and western suburbs of Melbourne. Funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, the service provides a range of programs. This position of Needle & Syringe Program (NSP) Worker sits within the harm reduction and client engagement team at cohealth.NSP workers provide services to clients accessing the NSP and act as a conduit to other areas of the service. This is a vital role in engaging clients and ensuring that services are provided in a respectful and non-judgemental manner and in a way that protects client confidentiality. You will work within a harm reduction framework to provide education, information and referral to PWUD to reduce the risks of drug use and improve their overall health and wellbeing..The NSP Worker is responsible for ensuring the provision of high quality services to people who inject/use drugs by:Maximising opportunities to engage with clients, providing education on safer drug use, HIV prevention and treatment, Hepatitis prevention and treatment, vein care and related health issues and other implications of street drug useCo-managing the drop in spacesSyringe management, education, evening outreach activities, packing and sorting safe injecting equipmentOutreach, secure dispensing units, ordering stock, collecting water/consumables money and participation in health promotion campaignsMaintaining information systems on relevant resources and implementing relevant administrative procedures and systems..To be considered for this position you will have; A tertiary qualification(s) in a relevant discipline (e.g., AOD, community development, social work etc) and/or equivalent professional knowledge, skills and experienceSound knowledge of the health and social issues for people who use drugs such as: blood borne virus prevention, pharmacotherapy treatment, stigma and discriminationDemonstrated interpersonal skills, including conflict resolution and negotiation and the ability to communicate effectively with people from diverse social and cultural backgroundsThe ability to engage with service users in a warm, non-judgemental manner, demonstrate a strong customer service focussed approach and where appropriate, engage the client in harm reduction brief interventions, education and/or information and referralComputer skills including the use of MS-Office based systems and familiarity with computerised databasesA current Victorian driver licence..Who is cohealth?For more information about cohealth and the services provided, please visit our website: www.cohealth.org.au.This position will be paid under the Community Health Centre (Stand Alone Services) Social and Community Service Employees Multi Enterprise Agreement 2013 - 2015, Community Development Worker Class 2A (SCHADS 4) - year dependant on experience.To be considered for the role, you must address the key selection criteria within your cover letter. The key selection criteria can be found in the attached Position Description..Applications close on 20th AugustPeople accepting employment with cohealth are unable to access our services
Part-time @ 0.6EFT until Jan 2018Based in Niddrie and Kensington.This position has been designed to promote career opportunities for Podiatrists in primary care settings. It aims to promote the skills, knowledge and networks of the podiatrist so that they may build a successful career in community health..What We OfferCommunity based company with great aspirations; our search is for like-minded people, passionate about the community and putting the client at the heart of all they do. We offer:Competitive remuneration and incentive program;A progressive and supportive working environment;Variety in work and a sense of achievement;.As our Podiatrist, you will predominantly be responsible for providing quality community based services to individuals and groups within the community. This will include assessments, diagnosis and treatment of clients with foot related / lower limb disorders Treatment is provided utilising health education, advocacy, illness prevention, goal directed care and self-management strategies. You will be working within a multidisciplinary team to provide holistic, client centred and coordinated healthcare in accordance with service funding agreements..This position would be ideally suited to someone who has:A current registration with APHRA as a Podiatrist;An understanding of the principles of chronic disease management;Demonstrated capacity to manage competing priorities and to deliver high quality outcomes;Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills;Desire to work in the Community Health sector with clients from CALD and marginalised backgrounds; andAre you proficient with ICT systems, plus have the ability to pick up new systems quickly?.At cohealth we don't just integrate diversity; we value it - in the backgrounds, ideas, work styles and perspectives of our people. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage People with Disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, Mature Aged Workers and people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds to apply..If you feel you have what it takes to succeed and want to part of a great team who aspire to making a difference and creating a positive experience for every person who walks through their doors - apply today!.Who is cohealth?For more information about cohealth and the services provided, please visit our website: www.cohealth.org.auThis position will be paid under the Victorian Stand-Alone Community Health Centres, Health Professionals Multi-employer agreement 2012 - 2016. Podiatrist, Grade 1.We want to get to know you better, so please include in your application, a covering letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria contained within the Position Description.* To be considered for this role, you must address the KSC.Applications close on 20th AugustPeople accepting employment with cohealth are unable to access our services
Base Salary: $88,939 - $106,314 (p.a.)Total Effective Package: $110,557 - $129,934 (p.a.)*Generous salary packagingRelocation assistance (where applicable)Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (Congress) has over 40 years' experience providing comprehensive primary health care for Aboriginal people living in Central Australia. Congress is seeking a Child Health Nurse who is interested in making a genuine contribution to improving health outcomes for Aboriginal people.Congress's is seeking qualified Child Health Nurse's to work within a multidisciplinary team. To provide evidence based child health services to Children (0-5 years) These positions are integral to ensuring cultural integrity and high standards of clinical care to give our babies and children the best start in life.Alice Springs offers a unique lifestyle in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere in the heart of Australia. It is within easy reach of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Watarrka (Kings Canyon) and a host of other world heritage sites.As well as a wonderful lifestyle and rewarding work, Congress offers the following:Competitive salariesSix (6) weeks' annual leaveCommunity Leave9.5% superannuationA strong commitment to Professional DevelopmentFamily friendly conditionsDistrict allowance and Remote BenefitsFor more information on the position please contact Clinic Manager, Claudia Griffiths on (08)8958 4511.Applications close: SUNDAY 20 AUGUST 2017*Total effective package includes: base salary, district allowance, superannuation, leave loading, and estimated tax saving from salary packaging options.Contact Human Resources on (08) 8959 4774 or email@example.com for more information. For more information about jobs at Congress visit www.caac.org.au/hr.
Job Reference: 3679610 | Location: Alice Springs | Listed: 09 August 2017
Full time, permanent positionBased in FootscrayNot for Profit Salary Sacrificing benefits on top of your salary,At cohealth we don't just integrate diversity; we value it - in the backgrounds, ideas, work styles and perspectives of our people. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage People with Disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, Mature Aged Workers and people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds to apply..This position, of Manager, Community Participation is a newly created position. Developed to drive cohealth's efforts to lead and innovate in community engagement and consumer participation. The role is designed to provide leadership and line management to the Community Participation Team and reports to the Senior Manager Community Partnerships and Diversity..The Manager, Community Participation holds responsibility and accountability for:Leading the development, evaluation and reporting on cohealth's community engagement and consumer participation framework and plans, and related governance groups, community advisory structures, projects, policies and procedures;Leadership and line management of the Community Participation Team staff, program of work and business processes;Collaborating with cohealth Executive and directorate management to embed participatory practice in areas including Public Affairs, Corporate Services, People and Culture, Business Innovation, Clinical Services, Quality, Planning, Prevention and Programs; andcollaborating with external partners and developing and maintaining positive strategic relationships with key stakeholders, including departmental staff, funding bodies, accreditors, partner agencies, consumers, carers and community members.To be considered for this opportunity, you must possess the following:Tertiary qualifications in community development, health promotion, public health or public policy and/or a minimum of 5 years in management and/or community development, public health or health promotion in a health or community setting;Demonstrable and extensive knowledge and understanding of:contemporary and emerging practice in community participation and engagement with diverse communitiesconsumer-directed healthcareco-designrights-based practice within primary and community health service settingDemonstrated capacity to collaboratively lead, inspire, motivate and manage partnerships leading to organisation and/or practice change; andExemplary communications skills, formal and informal, written and verbal including the ability to effectively chair meetings, facilitate training and workshops, produce reports, project plans, information resources and make presentations to a range of audiences..If you have the ability and drive to make a difference then capitalise on the opportunity to make a difference to your career - apply today!.Who is cohealth?For more information about cohealth and the services provided, please visit our website: www.cohealth.org.au.This position will be paid under the Victorian Stand Alone Community Health Services (Health and Allied Services, Managers and Administrative Officers) Multiple Enterprise Agreement 2011 - 2015 Grade 6* To be considered for the role, you must address the selected Key Selection Criteria outlined above (with clear headings) within your cover letter. Please keep your application to fewer than 1000 words. .Applications close on 20th AugustPeople accepting employment with cohealth are unable to access our services
Two positions availableFull time, permanentWorking across multiple cohealth locationsGenerous salary packaging options available.If you're looking for somewhere to pursue your passion, apply your initiative and make a difference, this dynamic and varied role is what you've been waiting for..The Community Participation Lead will have strong connection to the Community Participation Team; contributing to building a dynamic and professional team with a culture of sharing knowledge and expertise and maximising the impact of the Team. When working in the Participation Partner role, the Participation Lead will be located with the placement directorate and have day-to-day engagement with Directorate management and staff..The role is an innovative one, comprising of four main aspects:As a Participation Partner allocated to one of the cohealth Directorates. In this role the Community Participation Lead is placed in a directorate for up to 3 days per week for 12 months to assist the directorate to embed approaches to community participation, and assist with related initiatives as a participation specialist. Over time, the role will rotate between different directorates within cohealth;As a Participation Project Supporter for prioritised, developmental and limited term community participation projects in one or more parts of the organisation;As portfolio holder in the Community Participation Team with responsibility to coordinate and contribute to the sector, organisation's and Team's work in areas such as priority populations, events/activities and advisory groups, quality improvement and program development; andAs a point of contact, coordination and support for community advisors/participants who work across projects and directorates..This position would be ideally suited to someone who has: Relevant tertiary qualifications and/or a minimum of 5 years' experience in a role with skills and approaches demonstrably relevant to that of Community Participation Lead;Detailed understanding of current trends in community engagement and development, consumer-directed healthcare, codesign, and rights-based practice within primary and community health service settings;Track record in effective management of programs involving peers or community members and with a focus on diverse and marginalised communitiesHighly developed stakeholder relations and interpersonal skills, including the ability to engage people from a diverse range of professional and non-professional backgrounds as well as cultures and capabilities..If you feel you have what it takes to succeed and want to be part of a team who aspire to make a difference, this is the role for you.Who is cohealth?For more information about cohealth and the services provided, please visit our website: www.cohealth.org.au.This position will be paid under the Victorian Stand Alone Community Health Services (Health and Allied Services, Managers and Administrative Officers) Multiple Enterprise Agreement 2011 - 2015 Grade 5* To be considered for the role, you must address the selected Key Selection Criteria outlined above (with clear headings) within your cover letter. Please keep your application to fewer than 1000 words. .Applications close on 20th AugustPeople accepting employment with cohealth are unable to access our services
Temporary Part Time 32 hours per fortnightDjerriwarrh Health Services is seeking an experienced Exercise Psychologist to join our Adult Health team in temporary part time position to cover Maternity Leave from 28th August 2017 for approximately 12 months.The RoleThe role of the Exercise Physiologist is to work with individuals and groups and to promote health through exercise therapy. The Exercise Physiologist will undertake assessments, exercise intervention, management and education within the Sub Acute Rehabilitation Program at Melton Health.This position also forms part of a multidisciplinary team of health professionals that support clients to optimise their health and well-being through physical activity. The role involves assessing clients for suitable activities and providing instruction to a range of exercise programs.Ideally applicants will have:Current registration for membership with ESSAExperience working with adults and older adults in a group exercise settingDemonstrated ability to plan, present, facilitate and evaluate appropriate group-based activitiesCapacity to work as a member of a multidisciplinary team in the delivery of services to the communityExcellent communication and time management skillsAbility to align with the DjHS values in all areas of workDjerriwarrh Health Services is a dynamic and rapidly expanding public health service providing Acute, Community and Aged Care to Moorabool Shire and the City of Melton in Melbourne's Western suburbs.What we offer youWe can offer you a positive, friendly and supportive work environment, ongoing professional development, study leave assistance; salary packaging (up to $9010 per annum) paid parental leave and free parking.Applications will not be considered if they do not address the Key Selection Criteria.To obtain more information and the Key Selection Criteria please refer to the position description.Applications Close: 21st August 2017 at 6.00pmApplications must be submitted online - to apply for this position click: Apply NowThe successful applicant will be required to provide a current Police Check and Working with Children Check prior to the commencement of employment.
Are you a senior nurse interested in advancing your management career?Are you interested in working in country South Australia?Eldercare has an exciting opportunity at our Yorke Peninsula sites for a Clinical Leader who can work across our aged care facilities at Eldercare Elanora, Stansbury and Eldercare South Park, Minlaton.Eldercare, a not-for-profit values based organisation, operates 11 residential aged care facilities across metropolitan Adelaide and country South Australia with over 1,200 employees. We value staff with initiative and a passion for providing excellence in care services and experiences to our residents.To be successful in this role, you will:Possess a high degree of clinical competencyBe a strong leader and be able to motivate and support staff towards a high performance cultureBe committed to delivering person-centred careEnjoy building positive relationships with residents and their families which engender Eldercare's values of Respect, Accountability and ConnectionEldercare's workplace culture embraces teamwork, innovation and a commitment to our purpose of delivering peace of mind with our care.Our Yorke Peninsula sites at Minlaton and Stansbury are approximately 2.5 to 3.5 hours drive from Adelaide and can offer a relaxed and community orientated lifestyle in a country setting. Eldercare also provides attractive staff benefits including salary packaging options.To learn more about this exciting opportunity, contact Suzanne Cannon, HR Consultant by email firstname.lastname@example.orgApplications close: 5pm on Monday 21 August 2017