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.
Program Coordinator - Psychosocial Support
Full-time contract until 30 June 2021
This role is responsible for leading the implementation of the National Psychosocial Support (NPS) measure within the organisation. This role is responsible for leading a collaborative approach across the organisation to facilitate commissioned services to be implemented in a flexible way to complement existing psychosocial support funding; and will be required to work in a proactive and collaborative manner with internal and external stakeholders to achieve targeted outcomes.
For enquiries please contact Sue Hackney on 1300 699 167
Applications close 9am, Monday September 24, 2018
Project Officer - Community Wellbeing and Drought Relief
Full-time maximum term contract until 30 June 2019 with possibility of further extension
Location: to be negotiated
The Project Officer – Community Wellbeing and Drought Relief is responsible for coordination, development and delivery of Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) initiatives for drought affected communities. These will include:
- A community grants program to enable local communities to apply for and receive funding to undertake events, workshops and activities to support mental health and wellbeing; manage stress, depression and anxiety; and prevent suicide.
- Funding to enhance and promote early intervention mental health services and resources that individuals can access via self-referral.
- Supporting and building the capabilities of the workforce providing mental health support services to drought affected communities.
- Supporting the Manager - Community Wellbeing & Psychosocial Support in the planning and implementation of mental health, suicide prevention, psychosocial support and community wellbeing initiatives.
For enquiries please contact Sue Hackney on (02) 6813 0948
Applications close 9am Monday 8 October 2018