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Health Centre Manager – Sunrise Health Service – Minyerri

Sunrise Health Service Aboriginal Corporation (Sunrise), are seeking an experienced Health Centre Manager to join their committed team in Minyerri. Sunrise Health Service has been operating since 2003 and is the second largest Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation in the Northern Territory.

Why Sunrise?
Sunrise provide comprehensive primary health care services through nine remote health centres to some 4000 people living in the Katherine East region. Sunrise value their people and are committed to providing culturally respectful holistic health programs blending traditional healing practices with current evidence-based practice to address physical, social, emotional and cultural well-being.

What’s in it for you?

  • Enjoy 6 weeks annual leave
  • Salary $118,041.00 to $123,040.00 based on experience
  • Generous Salary Packaging
  • Relocation assistance and subsidised accommodation
  • Phone and internet access provided
  • Vehicle supplied for work purposes

What’s the role?
The Health Centre Manager coordinates and supports the overall multidisciplinary and integrated approach to the remote health team’s goals to manage illness, promote well-being, maintain health systems, provide education and training and encourage community health action. Additionally, the successful applicant will be responsible for managing all aspects of the day to day operations of the Health Centre including planning, portfolio management, pharmacy, and consumables as well as assets management.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to-

  • Coordinating and helping to provide quality, comprehensive primary health care to individuals, families and the community
  • Overseeing the development of, and maintaining, core primary health care skills within the team relevant to remote primary health care
  • Promoting and supporting Aboriginal Health Practitioners as the key health providers in the community
  • Providing quality supervision, guidance, training and support for all staff in their everyday work
  • Working in partnership with other areas, agencies and allied health professionals to ensure an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to primary health care in the community

What do you need to apply?
To be considered for this opportunity, you must share in Sunrise’s key values including mutual respect, openness, engagement, two-way learning, and cultural safety, have a willingness to relocate and live in community, and meet the below essential criteria:

  • Registration with AHPRA as a general nurse or as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner
  • Appropriate post graduate qualification in Public Health / Primary Health Care or additional certificates in Child Health, Emergency, Midwifery, or Mental Health
  • Proven broad, comprehensive primary health care experience with advanced clinical skills and competencies needed to work effectively in remote areas
  • Clear respect for Aboriginal culture, willingness to listen and learn as well as a commitment to participate in inter-cultural development activities
  • Current unrestricted manual driver’s licence, police clearance and Ochre Card (Working with Children) or willingness to obtain

If this sounds like a role for you, we want to hear from you. APPLY TODAY by clicking the “Apply for this job” link
Applicants must address the selection criteria in a cover letter and provide a current CV along with contact details for at least 2 referees.
Want to find out more about this opportunity? Please contact Paul Wallwork on 08 8982 1011 or recruitment@ntphn.org.au

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Unlike other Primary Health Networks, we have a rural workforce agency. The Rural Workforce Agency NT attracts, recruits, and supports health professionals working across regional and remote communities in the NT. Support programs include orientation for new recruits, professional development, GP locum relief, grants and scholarships, workforce planning and advice, and practice management support.

Unlike other Primary Health Networks, we have a rural workforce agency. The Rural Workforce Agency NT attracts, recruits, and supports health professionals working across regional and remote communities in the NT. Support programs include orientation for new recruits, professional development, GP locum relief, grants and scholarships, workforce planning and advice, and practice management support.

Key Responsibilities, but not limited to:

To be considered for this oppertunity, you must meet the below essential criteria:

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Salary:

Salary $118,041.00 to $123,040.00 based on experience
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Job Type:

Nursing

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