Employment Opportunities at WNSW PHN

Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) is an agile and high performing organisation that responds to the identified needs of the community, Commonwealth and State health policy, and the development needs of primary health care providers.

WNSW PHN is an independent, not-for-profit organisation funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health and plays a pivotal role in supporting GP General Practice and Primary Health Care services to better meet the health needs of the community and patients. The organisation works with a range of primary health care oriented councils and clinical service providers to plan and fund programs based on the health needs of the region in order to better connect local health services to meet local health needs.

IM / IT Manager (Dubbo or Orange)

Full-time fixed term contract until 30 June 2018

The IM/IT Manager is responsible for administering the Western NSW Primary Health Network’s (WNSW PHN) internal information and communications technology and information management strategy, including the development and maintenance of effective supplier relationships. The position will also provide strategic advice to the organisation.

The IM/IT Manager is also responsible for developing and implementing IM/IT strategies in consultation with stakeholders, ensuring effective support is in place through suppliers but able to be hands on in resolving issues when required.

Applications close Monday 24 July 2017.

For more information on the role and details on how to apply, click the link below.

IM / IT Manager

IT Officer (Dubbo or Orange)

Full-time fixed term contract until 30 June 2018

The IT Officer role works collaboratively across Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) to support the IM/IT Manager implement, maintain and review the organisation’s Information Technology and Information Management systems to ensure the organisation is well placed to meet its strategic goals.

This role works collaboratively to:

  • Ensure the IT needs of end users are addressed quickly and efficiently
  • Carry out monitoring and maintenance of WNSW PHN systems and networks
  • Solve technical problems and respond to support issues via phone and email
  • Assist in implementation, maintenance and support of ICT projects
  • Set up and deploy technology hardware and assist with asset management
  • Provide training on various technology platforms to staff as required.

Applications close Monday 24 July 2017.

For more information on the role and details on how to apply, click the link below.

IT Officer

Clinical Councils Expressions of Interest - Now Open

Expressions of Interest are currently being called for:

  • Far West Clinical Council
  • Western Clinical Council

EOIs are being taken until Monday 24 July 2017.

The purpose of the Clinical Councils is to support and advise the WNSW PHN Board on strategic directions and opportunities to further develop clinical services that meet the needs of Western NSW communities.

Skills required
Expressions of interest are sought from people who have specific skills and experience including (but not limited to):

  • Ability to contribute to the development of primary health care strategy;
  • Expertise in clinical engagement in the context of the primary health care sector;
  • A demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a whole of system view;
  • Knowledge of the Western NSW regions and their local health systems;
  • Understanding of Aboriginal Health matters in the region, including relevant training in cultural safety and awareness;
  • Computer literacy;
  • Being well regarded in the community, with a deep knowledge and experience of provision of local health care services as a clinician; and
  • A commitment to the objectives of WNSW PHN.

Information
Far West Clinical Council

Western Clinical Council

How to Apply
Send your EOI submission, outlining your relevant skills and experience, by Monday 24 July 2017, to Ann Grose via email: ann.grose@wnswphn.org.au

For enquiries, please call Michele Pitt, Broken Hill: 08 8005 8361 or Kathleen Ryan, Dubbo: 1300 699 167.