At Hunter New England, Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) we are a values driven organisation and we are proud of our culture and the great benefits we can offer our staff. We employee highly motivated and passionate people that work together to deliver innovative, locally relevant solutions that measurably improve the health outcomes of our communities.
Our staff talk about their passion for the work they do in the videos below.
Our values are the basis of everything we do including how we work with each other and the way we connect with our industry partners and the wider community. We look for people who share these values;
We pride ourselves on being supportive and flexible and offer a great range of benefits including;
• Salary packaging up to $15,900
• Professional development
• Flexible working arrangements
• Supportive team environment
• Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals
• Health & Wellbeing initiatives
• Additional Leave for Family & Community responsibilities
• Additional leave between the Christmas and new year period
• Opportunities to be innovative
Want to join us? ...all our positions are advertised on the Seek website.
This is how to apply?
Application must include:
1. Letter addressing the selection criteria in the position description, and;
2. Current Resume
Complete applications to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the closing date.
Aboriginal Health Access Officer -Full time
Salary: $82,448– 93,413 Full-time Equivalent*
The Aboriginal health access team is responsible for the development of strategies that aim to improve access to effective health and wellbeing services for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population within the region. This will be done by working with individuals, groups and organisations that have an interest and responsibility to improve the health outcomes of Aboriginal people.
This role is responsible for assisting the Aboriginal Health Team with the development and implementation of strategies to improve the capacity of general practice and other mainstream primary health care providers to deliver culturally appropriate primary care services, increase awareness and understanding of initiatives to 'close the gap' in Indigenous health outcomes.
The role will establish, maintain and support relationships with other organisations providing services to Aboriginal people across the region and will collaborate with and inform other members of the Health Access and Performance team to help generate relevant information and data needed to support the improvement of primary care services in the region.
If this role sounds appealing, we would love to hear from you. Full time fixed term contract until 30.06.18 with a potential for extension until 2020 pending Commonwealth funding agreements.
For more information about the role please contact John Manton, email@example.com or on 0447 584 952. Click here for a position description
Applications to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the closing date. Please ensure your cover letter addresses the criteria as set out in the position description and it's accompanied by a current Resume. Applications Close: 9am Monday 25 September 2017
* Salary includes base salary (Level 2: 67,510.71 - $77,738.55), superannuation and full utilisation of salary packaging to calculate the total equivalate salary. Remuneration will be negotiated dependent on skills, experience and qualifications. The salary is also a full time equivalent and will be pro-rated for the part-time hours.
Project Officer x 2 - Full time
Location: Negiotable between our Erina, Newcastle or Tamworth offices
Salary: $82,448– 93,413 per annum*
We are looking for someone who will use initiative, flexibility and self-direction and support our program managers by providing governance and support in the planning, development, coordination and implementation of primary health care initiatives.
Examples of projects that the role may support include:
• Development of Regional Mind and Social Wellbeing Plans
• Establishment and maintenance of Specialist Mind and Social Wellbeing Advisory Groups
• Scoping and implementation of Information Management systems
• Development and implementation of new primary health initiatives aligned with organisational strategy
• Qualifications in project management and/or extensive experience in project management
• Ability to apply project management principles and the practical application of these to effect project outcomes
• Demonstrated ability to:
* work independently and in a collaborative team environment
* to build and maintain relationships with key internal and external stakeholders
* identify and document project requirements
• Excellent interpersonal skills, with well-developed written communication skills including writing project reports and management briefings and development of project materials.
• Demonstrated organisation and time management skills, with proven ability to deliver high quality outcomes in agreed timeframes
If this role sounds appealing, we would love to hear from you.
Full time fixed term contract until 30.06.18 with a potential for extension until 2020 pending Commonwealth funding agreements.
For more information about the role please contact Melissa Hayes, email@example.com or 02 6763 9910 and click here for a copy of the position description
Practice Support and Development Officer
Location: Newcastle/Upper Hunter Valley
Part-Time: (30.4/ week 0.8 FTE)
Salary: $82,448– 93,413 per annum*
This role is a part-time fixed term contract until 30.06.18 with a potential for extension until 2020 pending Commonwealth funding agreements
The Practice Support & Development team are seeking someone to join them in engaging Primary Healthcare Providers (General Practice and Allied Health) in a comprehensive range of support services and business management initiatives.
In this dynamic and fast passed role you will utilise best practice models to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare for patients.
• Previous experience and understanding of the Primary Health Sector
• The ability to develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders
• Ability to influence stakeholder behaviour in the adoption of change
• While not an essential requirement, if you are a Registered
Why Work for the PHN?
The PHN is a values driven organisation, we are proud of our team culture and the great benefits we can offer our staff, such as
For more information about the role please contact Tracey Lewis on 0411 406 707 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure your cover letter addresses the criteria as set out in the position description (click here for a copy) and be accompanied by a current Resume.
Applications to email@example.com prior to 9am Monday 25 September 2017
* Salary includes base salary (Level 2: 67,510.71 - $77,738.55), superannuation and full utilisation of salary packaging to calculate the total equivalate salary. Remuneration will be negotiated dependent on skills, experience and qualifications