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Vacancies

Primary Care Connect is an innovative and supportive Community Health Service and provide services in City of Greater Shepparton, Moira Shire, Strathbogie Shire, Mitchell Shire and Murrindindi Shire. Primary Care Connect offers outstanding career and work opportunities in:

  • Professional Development
  • Opportunities to shape the way we deliver services
  • EFT flexibility and
  • Employee benefits such as salary packaging and employee wellbeing program

Join our Primary Care Connect team and enjoy contributing to the health of our communities today.

Refugee Trauma Counsellor

FIXED TERM FULL TIME – 75 P/FORTNIGHT

The Refugee Trauma Counsellor will work with referrals from a
range of service providers and will be required to work with
people from all demographic groups and may specialise in the
following areas:

• Asylum seekers
• Children from refugee families
• Young people from refugee families
• Families from refugee background

The Refugee Trauma Counsellor will deliver effective and
appropriate assessment, counselling and advocacy services to
clients of PCC who are survivors of torture and trauma. The
Counsellor will provide a wide range of interventions designed to
assist survivors of torture to address the psychological effects
and any social consequences arising from their past experiences
of human rights violations. The emphasis in this position will
predominately be on the provision of high quality counselling for
complex trauma. The service areas for this position include Greater Shepparton.

 

For further information please contact Broni Paine or Rebecca Lorains on (03) 5823 3200. Applications for these positions will close at 12 noon Monday, 29th July 2019.

Health Clinical Support Officer

FIXED TERM FULL TIME – 75 P/FORTNIGHT

The Clinical Support Officer will provide timely and efficient administrative
support to all clinicians within the Health Services Team including but not
limited to client registration, scheduling appointments, client follow up,
group bookings, data entry and data reporting, client file management;
including scanning. The Clinical Support Officer will develop and maintain
effective systems in conjunction with the Manager Health Services and
Health Connections Coordinator.

This position works with all PCC Teams to achieve these aims, within the
required local, state and national guidelines and frameworks.

This position will be rostered to work:
• Monday 8.30am to 5.00pm
• Tuesday 8.30am to 5.00pm
• Wednesday 12.00pm to 8.00pm
• Thursday 8.30am to 5.00pm
• Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm

This position is fixed term until 30th June 2020

 

 For further information please contact Hannah Dolling (03) 5823 3200. Applications for these positions will close at 12 noon Monday, 29th July 2019.

Clinical Support Officer

FIXED TERM FULL TIME – 75 HOURS P/FORTNIGHT

The Clinical Support Officer will provide timely and efficient
administrative support to all clinicians including but not limited to
client registration, making appointments, client follow up, group
bookings, data entry and data reporting. The Clinical Support
Officer will develop and maintain effective systems in conjunction
with relevant Managers.

This position may provide support to reception staff as required.
This position works with all PCC Teams to achieve these aims,
within the required local, state and national guidelines and
frameworks.

This is a fixed term maternity leave back fill position until 30th June 2020.

For information please contact Debbie McDonald on (03) 5823 3200. Applications for these positions will close at 12 noon Monday, 29th July 2019.

Harm Reduction Worker

FIXED TERM FULL TIME – 75 HOURS P/FORTNIGHT

The position will engage clients and act as a conduit to other services within PCC. The Harm Reduction Worker will work within a harm reduction framework to provide education, information and referral to PWUD to reduce the risks of drug use and improve their overall health and well being.

PCC provides a range of programs including; Needle Syringe Program (NSP) which provides PWUD with injecting equipment, and information and education, NSP vending machine for access to clean injecting equipment after business hours, Alcohol and other drugs (AOD) team who can provide a holistic service to PWUD and support service for families and significant others.

 

For information please contact Debbie McDonald on (03) 5823 3200. Applications for these positions will close at 12 noon Monday, 29th July 2019.

Principal Strategic Advisor - Family Violence

Part Time  – 37.5 HOURS P/FORTNIGHT

The Principal Strategic Advisor (PSA) position provides leadership, service integration and planning in relation to the integrated family violence service system as outlined in the Goulburn regional strategic and action plans. It will promote, develop and enhance approaches across government agencies, services for women and children affected by family violence and for men who use family violence.

The positions have the following objectives:

• to facilitate the strategic development of an effective high-quality integrated family violence service system in the Goulburn catchment
• to contribute to the monitoring and review of the family violence reform processes in the Goulburn catchment and state-wide levels
• to build and maintain relationships that are targeted and purposeful, and positively impact on the delivery of services for victims and perpetrators of family violence in the divisions
• to assist in the development of community education and prevention activities.

For information please contact Sheree Monteleone on (03) 5823 3200. Applications for these positions will close at 12 noon Monday, 29th July 2019.

Specialist Family Violence Worker

FULL TIME 75 HOURS P/FORTNIGHT

The Specialist Family Violence Worker is a senior practitioner with extensive knowledge of family violence. The position is responsible for providing operational and strategic advice to Child Protection Practitioners and their managers who undertake investigations of families where a child is or may be in need of protection due to family violence.

The position will assist Child Protection in the planning and conduct of investigations and support the development of plans that aim to ensure the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. The Specialist Family Violence Worker works collaboratively with the Child Protection senior managers and practitioners to provide effective service delivery and support.

Through co-location at a Child Protection office, the position aims to strengthen and improve responses to families subject to a Child Protection investigation.

 

For information please contact Sheree Monteleone on (03) 5823 3200. Applications for these positions will close at 12 noon Monday, 29th July 2019.