Rural Northwest Health is offering a wonderful opportunity to join our Wellbeing Coordination team – Full Time
The successful applicant will need to have social work qualification or experience.
Classification: TBA dependent on qualifications and experience
Award: Victorian Public Health Sector (Health Professionals, Health and Allied Services, Managers and Administrative Officers) Enterprise Agreement 2011- 2015
or Nurses and Midwives (Victorian Public Health Sector) Single Interest Employers) Enterprise Agreement 2016-2020 – Depending on qualifications
Key selection criteria
Qualifications and relative experience
• Tertiary Health Professional or Nursing qualifications
• Social Work qualifications
• Experience in supporting community members with ill health to improve their wellbeing
• Well developed computer skills.
• Demonstrated skills as an effective team member that includes the ability to delegate and accept direction and understand their own limitations and ask for support.
- Proven communication skills that demonstrate the ability to develop rapport, can engage with a diverse group of people and follow up on agreed actions
- Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion, be adaptable to various competing demands and demonstrate the highest level of customer service and response.
- Strong organisational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritise multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail.
- Expert level written and verbal communication skills.
- Demonstrated proactive approaches to problem solving with strong decision makingcapability.
- Demonstrated ability to undertake a range of assessments and develop person centred care plans that focus on improving a person’s wellbeing.Preferred• Ability to demonstrate initiative and creativity.
• Local and regional knowledge of health services provided
• Forward looking thinker who actively seeks opportunities and proposes solutions.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships with stakeholders including team members, partners and community members.
• Ability to use judgement, initiative, creativity and common sense when performing duties • Emotional maturity who has a range of personal strategies in place to deal with stress and getting past a no response
• Highly resourceful team-player with the ability to also be extremely effective independently • Commitment to and willingness to participate in continuing training and education related to area of employment
• Understanding of living and working within a small rural community.
Email applications forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants should address the key selection criteria, for enquiries call Ngareta Melgren, Community Health Manager on (03) 5396 1200
Applications close Friday August 11, 2017 @ 5.00 pm
Successful applicant will be required to supply evidence of a national police check and working with children’s checkAPPLY NOW