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  • 9 January 2015

    Continuous Quality Improvement Coordinators


    2 positions


    Based in Cairns at the Rural and Remote Clinical Support Unit
    Closing date: 20 January 2015


     


    About the opportunity


    The project is a collaborative partnership between three North Queensland Hospital and Health Services: Torres and Cape, Cairns and Hinterland (focusing on Hinterland centers) and Townsville Hospital HS (specifically Palm Island).


    The purpose of the project is to improve the health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander rural and remote communities in North Queensland through an effective and appropriate Continuous Quality Improvement program and supporting infrastructure, with a key focus on improving partnerships across service providers.


    Position description


    Further information and to apply online

  • 7 January 2015

    Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Clinical Coordinator (NT)


    Based in Katherine at Wurli-Wurlinjang Health Service


    Do you have the ability to motivate staff and facilitate change in a culturally diverse environment?
    Do you have substantial knowledge of and genuine interest in approaches to CQI and accreditation processes? 
    If this sounds like you, come and join our busy clinical team here in Katherine and make a difference!

    About the role


    Reporting to the Practice Manager, the CQI Clinical Coordinator will be responsible for the implementation of CQI activities in all aspects of the services provided by Wurli- Wurlinjang Health Service (Wurli) to support improved service and health outcomes for our indigenous clients.
    Wurli-Wurlinjang Health Service is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation dedicated to improving the health and the quality of life of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients in order to create the opportunity to reach levels of health similar to non-Indigenous Australians.

    We have modern facilities and a friendly, multi-disciplinary team based in Katherine, Northern Territory. We offer a rich cultural experience, attractive salary package, six weeks annual leave, extensive professional development support, leave loading, generous salary sacrifice provisions, and much more.

    A current driver’s licence, Working with Children (Ochre) Card and a satisfactory criminal history check is essential. Local Indigenous people with close ties to the Katherine region are encouraged to apply.

    For more information on this exciting role and a copy of the selection criteria, please contact HR/Training Officer Janelle Ainsley on (08) 8972 9131 or HR@wurli.org.au

  • 8 December 2014

    This job is on offer still. See details below. Or more info at this link http://www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au/key-resources/job-opportunities?nid=3379 


     


    National Clinical CQI Officer (chronic disease)


     


    Canberra Based


    Full-Time Position


    $84,000-$90,000 plus super and attractive salary packaging


     


    Regards, Avinna

  • 8 October 2014

    National Clinical CQI Officer (chronic disease)


    Canberra Based


    Full-Time Position


    $84,000-$90,000 plus super and attractive salary packaging


     


    About the role


    The Quality Improvement/ Chronic Disease Coordinator will provide national leadership and networking with State Affiliate CCQI Coordinators to facilitate iterative improvement in chronic disease prevention, management of health service delivery and change management processes. The role will also contributes to the development of sustainable, integrated and culturally appropriate models of service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people using ACCHSs.


     


    About you


    The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate knowledge and experience in the following:


    *Understanding of the issues including social determinants affecting Aboriginal people’s health status in contemporary Australian society.
    *Practical experience in management or project management at an equivalent scale of complexity and geographical coverage in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled, non-government, public or private sectors.
    *Demonstrated ability to research and analyse complex material, summarise key issues and develop innovative and creative solutions.
    *Qualification in Health Sciences, Public Health or equivalent.
    *Demonstrated competence in use of Business technology and desktop applications, internet, word, spread sheet and database packages.
    *Good communication and interpersonal skills.
    *A current Drivers Licence.


     


    Apply here


     


    For further information on this opportunity, contact Brendon Gardner on 02 6246 9345, or email hr@naccho.org.au

  • 11 April 2014

    Manager - One21seventy


    $121,183 - $143,183 salary package (comprising gross salary $94,690 - $112,784, superannuation & salary packaging benefits)
    12 month full time contract based in Brisbane


    Are you looking for a challenge and the chance to really make a difference in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health? Menzies School of Health Research is seeking a motivated individual to manage our One21seventy team. Menzies is a not-for-profit entity providing support services to primary health care centres across Australia to assist in improving the quality of care provided for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The successful applicant will combine strong management skills, familiarity with the primary health care sector and dynamic business, sales and innovation expertise to lead and shape our team into the future as a world leader in the hands-on work of putting evidence into practice.
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants strongly urged to apply.

    Contact: Jenny Brands on 07 3309 3424 or Jenny.Brands@menzies.edu.au

    Closing date: 2nd May 2014

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

    Menzies is a Health Promotion Charity (HPC). HPC salary packaging arrangements can significantly increase your effective salary. Menzies also provides generous superannuation benefits, 6 weeks annual leave, and flexible working arrangements.

    For information on how to apply for this position and to obtain the Position Description and Selection Criteria please visit our website http://www.menzies.edu.au/page/Careers/Current__employment_opportunities/Manager_-_One21seventy/  or phone 08 8943 5052 / 5081.

    Please note, we can only consider applicants who provide a statement addressing the Selection Criteria contained within the Position Description.