: Temporary Full
Time, 38 hours per week, until 30/06/2023
Position Classification: Health Manager Level 3
Remuneration: $2,179.72 - $2,484.88 per week
Requisition ID: REQ149655
Application Close Date: 23/02/2020
About The Opportunity
Exciting opportunity to implement and lead a new service in SWSLHD and build relationships with SLHD & SESLHD to provide an outreach service to these 2 LHD’s.
Hoxton Park is recruiting for a Health Manager to complement and enhance the current Community Health.
Life at South Western Sydney Local Health District is rewarding, progressive and diverse and is always focused on achieving our Vision of Leading Care, Healthier Communities.
What We Can Offer You
A meaningful career path in a growing culturally diverse community.
salary packaging options, with savings up to $2000 per annum.
Discounted gym membership /
Corporate wellbeing programs, includingFitness Passport
Onsite staff parking (most facilities and services).
Annual Leave + 17.5% Leave Loading.
One Additional Day Off per month (ADO’s).
Additional NSW Health Public Holiday between Christmas and New Years.
Great Paid Maternity and Parental leave provisions for parents.
Learning and development Opportunities, including in-house RTO and
Professional growth, acting and accelerated career progression opportunities.
Where You'll Be Working
At South Western Sydney Local Health District we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, where we don’t just accept differences but we honour and support it. Committed to providing a working environment that thrives and values diversity, we encourage people of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander background and people with a disability to apply.
Transforming Your Experience
(TYE) is SWSLHDs key strategy to always positively transform your, our patients, our consumers, our staffs and our communities experiences across our organisation and services. Our vision is that our care is always safe, high quality and personalised and all our staff are supported and empowered to achieve their full potential. SWSLHD upholds the CORE Values – Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment.
What You'll Be Doing
The South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) New Street Service is part of NSW Health's child protection services and provides a specialised, early intervention, community-based service to address harmful sexual behaviours displayed by 10-17-year-old young people, who, for a range of reasons, have not been criminally prosecuted. The program includes a specific focus on improving outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The Clinical Coordinator - New Street will provide operational management and clinical coordination of the New Street Service in the SWSLHD with outreach to, SLHD and SESLHD including leading and maintaining the human, financial and physical resources across the LHD in accordance with agreed performance indicators.
The role has the responsibility for the line management and clinical work of the senior clinician and counsellors. The Clinical Coordinator will be recognised as an expert in this field at an advanced clinical level.
The Clinical Coordinator will contribute to increasing the appropriateness and
effectiveness of the New Street Services for Aboriginal communities and assist
with further development of the program.
Tertiary qualification in the relevant health field and / or extensive work experience in the area of children and young people who have sexually harmed and/or experienced harm and clinical practice in the area of sexual assault, violence and abuse or related.
Demonstrated extensive experience working in partnership with internal and external stakeholders who provide therapeutic services to children and young people who have sexually harmed and sexual assault, violence and abuse or related.
Relevant experience in management, which includes development and coordination of clinical services within a Health Service and across LHD boundaries with the ability to develop, monitor and reach predicted outcomes to strategic and business plans.
Demonstrated extensive experience working with Aboriginal communities, or ability and willingness to influence, promote and enhance outcomes for Aboriginal people including ability to participate in ongoing Aboriginal cultural competency training.
Demonstrated ability to provide high-level supervision, leadership and direction to the development and coordination of clinical services within a Health Service or multidisciplinary team.
Demonstrated high-level communication, interpersonal and time management skills necessary to lead with vision and inspire commitment of others and to develop and nurture internal and external partnerships.
Demonstrated understanding of the legislation, Government policies, including NSW Health policies and legal issues surrounding sexual assault and the physical abuse and neglect of children and the application of these in a health setting.
Current unrestricted Australian drivers licence (P2 Licence Acceptable) subject to obtaining NSW drivers licence within 3 months of appointment, and a willingness to travel (including overnight stays).
How to Apply
To be considered for this position, please ensure you address the selection criteria as thoroughly as possible.
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02 4621 8***
Interview Date Range:
26/02/2020 – 04/03/2020
Stepping Up – Close the Gap
Stepping Up aims to assist Aboriginal applicants understand how to apply for roles with NSW Health by clarifying the recruitment and onboarding process.
If you are an Aboriginal person and wish to obtain more information about applying for a role within South Western Sydney Local Health District, please contact the SWSLHD Aboriginal Workforce Team on ***************@health.nsw.gov.au.