Published July 17, 2021
Last Modified July 16, 2021
Gateway Health
Location
155 High Street Wodonga, Australia
Job Type
Category
Contact Phone Number
Closing Date
August 1, 2021

Job Description

  • Fixed Term till 30th June 2022
  • Part time (0.6 EFT)
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this position

This project is a partnership between Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service, Albury Wodonga Health and Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership. It seeks to develop a culturally-appropriate cardiac rehabilitation program with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Albury-Wodonga catchment.

This role provides high quality project support as a key member of the project team throughout all stages for the process from initiation, co-design, implementation and evaluation.

The position requires:

  • Qualifications or work experience in a relevant field.  Tertiary students are also encouraged to apply.
  • Demonstrated commitment to working respectfully and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations
  • High-level interpersonal skills, including the ability to engage and communicate with a wide range of stakeholders
  • Sound analytical and research skills

You will be part of the team at Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership (UHPCP), which provides expertise and technical knowledge to our partners to deliver integrated, responsive health and social care.

The position is based on 22.8 hours per week and can accommodate flexible work hours and arrangements.

The Ovens Murray region is perfectly placed where the undulating plains of central Victoria start to rise towards the peaks of Victoria’s alpine country, providing lakes, rivers, mountains, festivals, food and wine. The region offers lifestyle options as diverse as its topography. Residents can choose between the bustle of regional cities, the charm of historic towns, and the serenity of hills and snowfields.

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Kathleen Brasher on 0439 751 591 or .

Applications close Sunday 1st August 2021 and should be emailed to

  • Your attachments must include:
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Qualifications
  • Address to Selection Criteria
  • Proof of Current Victorian Employee Working with Children clearance
  • Employment Disclosure Application Form

Key Selection Criteria

Essential

  1. Demonstrated ability to work effectively and sensitively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations.
  2. Demonstrated organisational and time-management skills including the ability to plan projects, juggle priorities, and work to deadlines with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail..
  3. Demonstrated high level interpersonal skills to work individually and as a member of a team in a co-operative and collegial manner and to effectively communicate with diverse internal and external stakeholders
  4. Demonstrated high level oral, written and computer skills, including the ability to write and present information clearly and concisely for specific targeted groups
  5. A sound understanding of analytical and research skills, including experience in conducting interviews or consultations.

Desirable

  1. Relevant tertiary qualification and/or commensurate experience in a pertinent field, or be undertaking a formal qualification.
  2. Experience of health promotion/public health in the context of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
  3. Relevant experience and/or demonstrated understanding of co-design principles.

Note

  • Aboriginal people are encouraged to apply for this position
  • Employees of UHPCP partner agencies are encouraged to apply for secondment to this role.