What you'll be doing
The Community Health Central Intake Coordinator (CHCIC) is responsible for developing, implementing, maintaining and auditing the systems and processes of central intake to ensure standardised approaches and accessible referral pathways; and to provide clinical and administrative support for Community Health Central Intake Officers.
- Current registration with AHPRA as a health practitioner (registered nurse/allied health), or relevant qualifications in a health discipline with membership to professional association and relevant work experience to support submission.
- High level written and verbal communication skills (i.e. report writing, development of plans,
writing briefs and communicating with service stakeholders) commensurate with the position accountabilities.
- Experience managing a team including providing leadership, consultation, conflict resolution, workload, performance and change management.
- Proven ability to foster and maintain partnerships with internal and external stakeholders (e.g. clinicians, primary care providers, non-government organisations).
- Skills and understanding of NSW Health computer programs and associated IT systems (i.e. CHOC, CHIME) or demonstrated capacity to learn these programmes.
- Proven record in managing budget and service targets and meeting Key Performance Indicators.
- Current unrestricted drivers’ licence and the ability to maintain. Ability and willingness to drive/travel as the role requires. This may involve driving long distances
Please note that to apply for this position you must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Australia, or be able to independently and legally live and work in Australia by way of your own Temporary Visa. We do not offer sponsorship in this position for applicants requiring a temporary visa. For more information, please see www.immi.gov.au
Occupational Assessment, Screening and Vaccination against Specific Diseases
This is a Category ‘A’ position, please read and understand NSW Health policy directive PD2020_017. All new employees must agree to comply with the requirements outlined in this policy.
OASV requirements also include proof of vaccination against influenza and is compulsory for NSW Staff that enter any Residential Aged Care Facility (RACF) or who work in NSW Health owned and operated RACFs.
All NSW Health workers are required to have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by 30 September 2021 and two doses by 30 November 2021 or have an approved medical contraindication certificate. You will be required to provide a record of your COVID-19 vaccination status if successful.