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Mental Health, Drug & Alcohol Manager

This role will lead and manage the delivery of mental health and drug & alcohol initiatives across SNHN. The Mental Health Manager is responsible for developing and implementing approaches to support the integration and coordination of SNHN commissioned mental health and drug & alcohol services within the local region to better enable service access and best use of available resources.

The role is a key interface between health service providers and SNHN and is required to commission services to meet SNHN’s local health targets. This will involve the setting and monitoring of KPIs of commissioned services and driving the continuous improvement of service delivery.

 

Essential:
• Bachelor of Health Sciences (or related) and post graduate qualifications or commensurate experience.
• Significant experience in health service planning, health project delivery or health policy review and improvement.
• Experience of working in the area of Mental Health and/or Alcohol & Other Drugs
• Expert written and oral presentation skills.
• Strong inter-personal skills, with the ability to participate in advisory bodies and influence senior stakeholders in strategic operations.

Desirable:
• Specialist knowledge and experience of commissioning including strong commercial contract management experience.
• Knowledge of Commonwealth Governments PHN reform agenda.

 

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To apply: Please send applications to recruitment@snhn.org.au. For further information please contact Craig Parsons (cparsons@snhn.org.au ), Executive Manager, Coordination & Integration.


Commissioning Coordinator SNHN Website

ABOUT THE ROLE:

Sydney North Health Network’s approach to the commissioning of health services is a process of:

  • Assessment of the health needs of the region
  • Procurement of services to meet identified needs
  • Supporting organisations to deliver commissioned services
  • Evaluation of services against desired health outcomes

We are seeking a dynamic and proactive Commissioning Coordinator to support commissioning activities and the delivery of high-quality health services in the Northern Sydney region. The successful applicant will have strong project management skills, the ability to build and maintain stakeholder relationships, and excellent written and oral communication capabilities.

This position is a key member of the Commissioning & Integration team and will work in a collaborative and supportive manner to achieve the strategic objectives of the organisation.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Reporting to the Commissioning Manager, the Commissioning Coordinator will have key accountability in the following areas:

  • Engaging and supporting relevant stakeholders
  • Contributing to the identification of performance outcomes to measure impact of commissioned services on health outcomes
  • Contributing to the development of contracts for commissioned services
  • Coordinating activities, including development of plans, to support the achievement of commissioning intentions
  • Working with other members of the Commissioning and Integration team to develop the internal capability and capacity of operating in a commissioning environment

To be successful in this role you will need to meet the following criteria:

ESSENTIAL:

  • Tertiary qualification in Health Sciences (or related)
  • Experience in health service planning, health project delivery or health policy review and improvement
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to participate in advisory bodies and influence senior stakeholders in strategic operations
  • Expert written and oral presentation skills

DESIRABLE:

  • Specialist knowledge and experience of commissioning including strong commercial contract management experience
  • Strong project management skills
  • Persuasion and negotiation skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the primary health system in Australia, including its interaction with the acute care sector, as well as the challenges and opportunities
  • Knowledge of Commonwealth Governments PHN reform agenda

SPECIAL CONDITIONS

You will require some flexibility in your work schedule to meet business needs which may require out of hours work.

Successful candidates will be required to consent to a National Criminal Record, Reference and potentially Working with Children Checks if a requirement of the role.

TO APPLY

Please send your resume and a cover letter addressing the essential and desirable criteria contained in the Position Description to recruitment@snhn.org.au

If you would like to know more about this role, please contact Anna Pickles (apickles@snhn.org.au), Commissioning Manager.

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Digital Health Innovations Lead

Sydney North Health Network (SNHN) works on behalf of the Commonwealth to improve health outcomes for patients by increasing the capability and capacity of the primary healthcare workforce to ensure patients receive the right care, in the right place at the right time.

The Digital Health Lead works closely with stakeholders with relevant stakeholders, driving adoption of digital health connectivity, deemed beneficial for improvement of community health outcomes. They are responsible for implementation of the SNHN Digital Health Strategy and are responsible for overseeing the co-design, delivery and evaluation of programs that support primary health care services.

 

The ideal candidate has:

Essential

  •  Formal qualifications in a digital health technology or health related field or significant demonstrated experience within these fields.
  • Ability to deliver training to a broad range of health professionals both in a face-to-face and digital training environment.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Australian Primary Health care system.
  • Demonstrated high level of communication skills, both written and oral
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective partnerships with relevant internal and external stakeholders.
  • An understanding of behaviour change/change management principles and or demonstrated ability to influence change.
  • Demonstrated ability to work autonomously, set project goals, prioritise tasks and troubleshoot, in order to achieve key objectives within designated timeframes.
  • Commitment, adaptability and ability to persevere in challenging environments.

Desirable

  •  Demonstrated understanding of national digital health strategies and the ability to apply these at the local level.
  • Formal qualifications in health informatics, eHealth or digital health technology or demonstrated experience within these fields
  • Project Management Cert IV
  • Understand Principles of Quality and Risk Management within project management
  • Knowledge and understanding of health service commissioning
  • Experience working for a Not for Profit or government funded organisation.
  • Knowledge of Australian Health Care Reform
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new systems and adapt as systems integrate or as new systems are launched.
  • Working knowledge of common primary care clinical software systems such as Medical Director & Best Practice.
  • Understanding of relevant Australian State and Federal Government Digital Health agencies including the Australian Digital Health Agency, Healthcare
  • Identifier Service, eBusiness, Department of Human Services, and eHealth NSW

Certifications Required

  • Evidence of tertiary qualifications and/or professional memberships, as applicable to the role.
  • Current NSW drivers’ licence and access to a comprehensively insured motor vehicle – if a requirement of the role.
  • National Police Clearance Check.
  • Working with Children Check – if a requirement of the role
  • Reference Checks (2) from past employers.

Click here to view the full job description. 

To apply please forward your application addressing how you meet each of the above selection criteria, together with a copy of your resume, to recruitment@snhn.org.au. For further information please contact Donna Pettigrew, Executive Manager, Health Workforce & Systems Improvement dpettigrew@snhn.org.au

 

Sydney North Health Network is an equal opportunity employer.


Coordination & Integration Manager

Sydney North Health Network (SNHN) works on behalf of the Commonwealth to improve health outcomes for patients by increasing the capability and capacity of the primary healthcare workforce to ensure patients receive the right care, in the right place at the right time.

Lead and manage the expansion and implementation of care coordination and integration to improve access and navigation of services by addressing gaps in service provision and improving service integration.

 

The ideal candidate has:

Essential

  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (or related) and post graduate qualifications or commensurate experience.
  • Significant experience in health service planning or delivery, health project delivery or health policy review and improvement.
  • Expert written and oral presentation skills.
  • Strong inter-personal skills, with the ability to participate in advisory bodies and influence senior stakeholders in strategic operations.

Desirable

  • Knowledge of Commonwealth Governments PHN reform agenda.
  • Certifications Required
  • Evidence of tertiary qualifications and/or professional memberships, as applicable to the role.
  • Current NSW drivers’ licence and access to a comprehensively insured motor vehicle – if a requirement of the role.
  • National Police Clearance Check.
  • Certification of required tertiary qualifications and professional memberships
  • Current NSW drivers licence and access to a comprehensively insured motor vehicle.
  • National Police Clearance Check.
  • Working with Children Check (or willing for a check to be performed, where required).
  • Reference Checks (2) from past employers.
  • Working with Children Check – if a requirement of the role.
  • Reference Checks (2) from past employers.

 

Click here to view the full job description. 

 

The applications need to be sent to SNHN recruitment ( recruitment@snhn.org.au) and any further information/discussion required please contact Melinda Daley (mdaley@snhn.org.au ), General Manager – Commissioning & Integration.

Please submit your application as soon as possible. SNHN may take the opportunity to progress applications prior to the nominated closing date where appropriate.

Applications close 29 Nov 2021.

Sydney North Health Network is an equal opportunity employer.


Palliative Care Lead

Sydney North Health Network (SNHN) works on behalf of the Commonwealth to improve health outcomes for patients by increasing the capability and capacity of the primary healthcare workforce to ensure patients receive the right care, in the right place at the right time.

The Palliative Care Lead will lead on the Greater Choice for at Home Palliative Care program and initiatives to increase awareness of; and facilitate and coordinate access to safe quality palliative and end of life care at home.

 

The ideal candidate has:

Essential

  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (or related) and post graduate qualifications or commensurate experience.
  • Significant experience in health service planning, health project delivery or health policy review and improvement.
  • Expert written and oral presentation skills.
  • Strong inter-personal skills, with the ability to participate in advisory bodies and influence senior stakeholders in strategic operations.

Desirable

  • Specialist knowledge and experience of palliative care, care coordination or service integration
  • Experience of developing and delivering education and training
  • Experience of commissioning
  • Project management skills
  • Knowledge of Commonwealth Governments PHN reform agenda.

 

Click here to view the full job description. 

 

The applications need to be sent to SNHN recruitment ( recruitment@snhn.org.au) and any further information/discussion required please contact Melinda Daley (mdaley@snhn.org.au ), General Manager – Commissioning & Integration.

Please submit your application as soon as possible. SNHN may take the opportunity to progress applications prior to the nominated closing date where appropriate.

Applications close 29 Nov 2021.

Sydney North Health Network is an equal opportunity employer.


HR Assistant and Concierge Support

The HR Assistant and Concierge Support is responsible to ensure:
• the day-to-day admin tasks of the HR function are fulfilled.
• administration support to HR Lead to carry out in areas including (but not limited to) recruiting, onboarding, training & development, performance management, HRIS, exits and other HR activities
• shadow Senior Concierge to provide reception& administration support to ensure the full coverage of front desk
• build and keep excellent office management and administration function support.
• high level internal and external customer satisfaction.

 

Key selection criteria

Essential:
• Proven experience in an admin and hr support role
• Previous experience working as reception or customer support
• Flexibility to ensure the full coverage of front desk, an ability to work effectively independently and as part of a team
• Enthusiastic, and collaborative with exceptional people and communication skills.
• Excellent computer, written and oral communication and interpersonal skill.
• Basic knowledge of HR related legislation – related to Award, Enterprise Agreement, Fair Work Act & NES.
• Capable of addressing operational requirements directly
• Ability to prioritise workloads when necessary
• Energetic but professional.
• Enthusiastic to learn, actively research to find solution and develop understanding.
• High attention to detail
• Excellent time management skills
Desirable:
• Tertiary qualifications in a Human Resources related qualification
• Experience in a not for profit, government funded environment
• Member of an HR related body

 

Click here to read the full job description.

 

Please send applications to SNHN recruitment (recruitment@snhn.org.au).