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Oral Health Services Manager

  • Join Victoria’s Premier Primary Health Service
  • Permanent, part time leadership position (0.8 EFT)
  • Ongoing professional development opportunities
  • Attractive remuneration package, incl. car, phone, free onsite parking plus generous salary packaging benefits available

We are seeking a highly motivated, quality and results oriented Oral Health Services Manager to provide management and clinical leadership to a small (5 chairs) high performing oral health service.

The Oral Health Services Manager will be responsible for managing a budget of approximately $1.3M per annum and a team of Dentists, Dental Therapists and Dental Nurses (8.0 EFT) whilst maintaining a clinical caseload.

Click here to view the full position description.  For a confidential discussion, please contact Julie Landy, General Manager, Aged Care and Clinical Services on t: 03 9744 4455 or e: juliel@sunburychc.org.au

Applications must address each of the key selection criteria contained in the position description and provide a current resume, including contact details for three professional referees. Please forward your application via email: juliel@sunburychc.org.au or mail: PO Box 218 Sunbury Vic 3429 by 5pm, Thursday, 19th October 2017.

 

Refugee Health Project Coordinator

  • Join Victoria’s Premier Primary Health Service
  • Attractive part time hours – 2 days per week
  • Enjoy generous salary packaging benefits 

The Refugee Health Project Coordinator will provide timely and effective support to the operation of the Outer Northern Refugee Health Network (ORHN) by:

  1. Providing secretariat support to the Network Group and working groups of the Network.
  2. Providing Network program development and planning / policy advice, undertaking needs analysis, partnership development, completing identified projects and information resources;
  3. Maintaining relationships with key stakeholders in health, community and settlement services and within key government departments;

The network seeks to build the capacity of the health and wellbeing sectors in the Outer Northern Metropolitan catchment of Melbourne to respond to wellbeing and health care concerns experienced by people of refugee backgrounds and address health inequality through agreed local system development and prevention action. Agreed priorities will focus on the local ethnic groups including Afghan, Tamil, Burmese, Iranian, Syrian and Iraqi migrants targeting high risk groups that have difficulty engaging with Australian healthcare services.

In addition, the ORHN aims to improve service coordination for recent arrivals and those with more complex needs.

Click here to view the full position description.  For a confidential discussion, please contact Max Lee, Executive Officer, Hume Whittlesea Primary Care Partnerships m: 0419 366 558 or e: maxl@hwpcp.org.au

Applications must address each of the key selection criteria contained in the position description and provide a current resume, including contact details for three professional referees. Please forward your application via email: or mail: PO Box 218 Sunbury Vic 3429 by  COB Wednesday, 25th October 2017.

This is a fixed term contract until June 2019.