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Are you interested in working at Adelaide PHN? All available positions within our organisation are listed on this page and promoted via other avenues including Seek. 

Adelaide PHN values fairness, respect and diversity. We are committed to equity in employment and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples,  people from different cultural backgrounds, and people of diverse ages, genders, sexual orientations, and physical abilities.

To support the local workforce, we also list vacancies across the Adelaide region's primary health care space on this page (please scroll down). 

Want to list your primary health care related vacancy?

To submit a listing, please complete the external job vacancy form.

Positions must be located in the Adelaide metropolitan region and relate to general practice and primary care. All vacancies submitted will undergo a review process and you will receive an email once your listing is live. Please email comms@adelaidephn.com.au with any queries.

Adelaide PHN Vacancies

Full Time Fixed Term Contract to 30 June 2023


Are you a Mental Health Clinical Lead with experience in assessment and clinical triage? Would you like an exciting opportunity leading a team of Clinical Triage Officers?

Adelaide PHN is seeking an experienced Mental Health Clinical Lead with experience in psychological therapies and clinical triage to become an integral member of our Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) Head to Health Assessment and Referral Phone Service (1800 595 212), including our Central Referral Unit (CRU). 

About Us
Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. 

We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keeping people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes – to deliver on our vision of A Healthier Adelaide by 2030.

The Role
The Adelaide PHN Head to Health Assessment and Referral Phone Service (1800 595 212), including our Central Referral Unit (CRU) (“the Service”) is intended to provide initial clinical assessment where required and service navigation to connect people to the right mental health services to meet their identified needs. It is designed to complement, not replace, or duplicate, mental health support lines and services already provided in the community, including crisis support lines and state -funded triage services facilitating intake into tertiary services. 
The Service will provide a holistic assessment of needs provided by a trained professional using the Commonwealth’s Initial Assessment and Referral (IAR) tool. 

Our Clinical Triage Lead contributes to improving access to and quality of primary mental health services in our region by providing the important link between general practice/stakeholders and mental health providers, and support the strategic direction of the Adelaide PHN by:

  • Providing clinical oversight and supervision to the Service;
  • Managing general enquiries and undertaking phone based IAR assessment, connecting people seamlessly to the most appropriate local service to meet their identified needs;
  • Reviewing and developing a clinical governance framework and processes to align with service expectations of the new the Head to Health Assessment and Referral Phone Service;
  • Conducting clinical audits and providing clinical guidance to our Clinical Triage Officers;
  • Providing operational oversight of clinical functions of the Service;
  • Providing mental health expertise and advice to ensure service functions are achieved;
  • Working closely with the CRU System Support Officers reviewing all referrals for primary mental health care services received by the Adelaide PHN through its CRU;
  • Clinically triaging and allocating referrals to the most appropriate commissioned service provider (CSP) (or other relevant service);
  • Liaising with referring practitioner or referral source to assess the risk and appropriate service allocation as required; and
  • Supporting the planning, development, implementation and review of policies and processes to enhance commissioned service delivery.


About You
To be successful in this role you’ll need:

  • Clinical experience and relevant tertiary qualifications are essential, including minimum 2 years:
    • supervised experience in the area of mental health; and
    • relevant professional development and or supervision.
  • Experience in clinical assessment, triage and clinical supervision; 
  • Demonstrated understanding of mental health services in a community setting and the barriers and challenges to achieving good health outcomes; 
  • Knowledge of evidence based psychological therapy and an extensive understanding of mental health services at a regional level;
  • Demonstrated ability to use a person and family centred model of care and recovery focussed approach, as well as an understanding of a stepped care approach to service delivery.

You may have had experience in previous roles such as: Clinical Lead, Triage Officer, Mental Health Clinician, Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Worker, Intake and Assessment Clinician, Mental Health Intake Clinician, Mental Health Specialist, Access Clinician, Intake Officer.

Why you should come work with us
Adelaide PHN offers a great range of benefits to our employees, including:

  • Competitive remuneration and work-life balance;
  • Access to generous not for profit Salary Sacrifice taxation benefits including up to $15,900 for living expenses and $2,650 for meal and entertainment;
  • Work from home opportunities;
  • Additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year, in addition to annual leave entitlements;
  • Generous allowance toward professional development;
  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements;
  • Modern office space with natural light;
  • Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals;
  • Free Employment Assistance Program.

How to apply

  1. Please read and consider the attached job and person specification
  2. Email your resume and maximum 2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role against the skills and experience required to employment@adelaidephn.com.au 
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 

To apply, you must have the legal right to work in Australia.

Applications close 12 noon Tuesday 12 July 2022. However, due to the immediacy of this vacancy, early applications are encouraged, and suitable candidates may be shortlisted for interview as applications are received. Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For further information about this role, please contact Kelly Wells, CRU Manager on 08 8219 5900 or kwells@adelaidephn.com.au.

We believe that our people’s differences are what make us great. We value diversity in culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability status, neurodiversity or any other aspect which makes our people unique. We are on our journey to continuously work to call out inequality and bias and encourage real workplace inclusion and diversity.

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Kelly Wells
kwells@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 08 8219 5900

Job Description

Job_and_person_specification_Clinical_Triage_Lead_June_2022.pdf

Full Time Fixed Term Contract to 30 June 2025


Adelaide PHN has a unique opportunity for a Capacity Building Coordinator to be responsible for the coordination and monitoring of  the Care Finder program as part of our rapidly growing Older Person, Aged Care and Palliative Care Team.

About Us
Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. 

We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keeping people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes – to deliver on our vision of A Healthier Adelaide by 2030.

The Role
The specialised Capacity Building Coordinator – Care Finder Program role is a new position to our Integration Portfolio and will be responsible for the coordination and monitoring of this Commonwealth funded new aged care program (Care Finder) to be delivered through PHNs, including but not limited to: 

  • Assisting to establish and maintain a network of Care Finder organisations across our Adelaide PHN region to provide specialist and intensive assistance to help people within the Care Finder Target Population to understand and access aged care and connect with other relevant supports in the community;
  • Working closely with key internal personnel and cross-sector organisations to identify local Care Finder needs, understand gaps, determine priorities, and implement solutions across Adelaide PHN;
  • Facilitating and managing multiple contracts within the Care Finder program and proactively identifying opportunities for service improvement and integration;
  • Applying project management principles and methodologies to develop, coordinate, refine, and implement the program;
  • Proactively connecting with others to gather perspectives and support the Adelaide PHN to build relationships and strengthen networks; and
  • Meeting data reporting requirements and supporting continuous improvement of the program.

About You
To be successful in this role you’ll need:

  • A sound understanding of the health and aged care sectors;
  • To be an exceptional team player with high level interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written);
  • Significant demonstrated ability to engage, partner and collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders and community groups;
  • Demonstrated experience working in the health sector, and in particular experience working in aged care services is desired but not essential;
  • Demonstrated experience in researching and critical analysis of complex issues in human service delivery and service development, including gap analysis, design and implementation of continuous improvements;
  • Ability to manage a range of contracts and maintain responsibility for coordinating all aspects of the contract and associated deliverables;
  • Demonstrated ability in monitoring performance and supporting the achievement of KPIs.

You may have had experience in previous roles in the health, aged or tertiary sector such as: Health Care Professional, including professionals specialising in Aged Care, Project Manager, Senior Project Officer, Project Officer, Capacity Builder, Service Developer, Clinical Coordinator, Business Development Service Coordinator, Primary Health Care Officer.

Why you should come work with us
Adelaide PHN offers a great range of benefits to our employees, including:

  • Competitive remuneration and work-life balance;
  • Access to generous not for profit Salary Sacrifice taxation benefits including up to $15,900 for living expenses and $2,650 for meal and entertainment;
  • Work from home opportunities;
  • Additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year, in addition to annual leave entitlements;
  • Generous allowance toward professional development;
  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements;
  • Modern office space with natural light;
  • Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals;
  • Free Employment Assistance Program.

How to apply

  1. Please read and consider the attached job and person specification
  2. Email your resume and maximum 2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role against the skills and experience required to employment@adelaidephn.com.au 
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 

To apply, you must have the legal right to work in Australia. Please note that due to the nature of the stakeholders related to this role, an up-to date COVID-19 vaccination and Flu Vaccination are required for this role, evidence of vaccination status will need to be provided during the recruitment process or upon commencement.

Applications close 12 noon Monday 11 July 2022. Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For further information about this role, please contact Lesley Habel, Older Persons, Aged Care and Palliative Care Lead on 08 8219 5900 or lhabel@adelaidephn.com.au.

We believe that our people’s differences are what make us great. We value diversity in culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability status, neurodiversity or any other aspect which makes our people unique. We are on our journey to continuously work to call out inequality and bias and encourage real workplace inclusion and diversity

Adelaide PHN Vacancy


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Lesley Habel
lhabel@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 08 8219 5900

Job Description

Job_and_Person_Specification_CBC_Care_Finder_June_2022.pdf

Full Time Fixed Term Contract to 30 June 2025


Adelaide PHN has a unique opportunity for a Capacity Building Coordinator specialising in Palliative Care to join our rapidly growing Older Person, Aged Care and Palliative Care Team.

About Us
Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. 

We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keeping people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes – to deliver on our vision of A Healthier Adelaide by 2030.

The Role
The specialised Capacity Building Coordinator – Palliative Care role is a new position within our Integration Portfolio and will be responsible for the coordination and implementation of the Greater Choice for At Home Palliative Care (GCfAHPC) Measure. The role will ensure the planning, development, implementation and monitoring of GCfaHPC initiatives using an integrated approach, working with all stakeholders to ensure initiatives meet expected outcomes.

This role has a key focus on Primary Health and will develop and implement new and innovative projects and build on existing activities implemented through an earlier pilot project, with a focus on achieving the following objectives:

  • Improve access to palliative car at home and support end-of life care systems and services in primary health care and community care;
  • Enable the right care at the right time and in the right place to reduce unnecessary hospitalisation;
  • Generate and use data to support continuous improvement of services across sectors;
  • Use available technologies to support flexible and responsive palliative care at home, including in the after-hours.

About You
To be successful in this role you’ll need:

  • A sound understanding of the health and aged care sectors, and in particular Palliative Care;
  • To be an exceptional team player with high level interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written); 
  • Have significant demonstrated ability to engage, partner and collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders and community groups;
  • Demonstrated experience working in the health sector, and/or aged care sector;
  • Experience working in palliative care services is desired but not essential; 
  • Demonstrated experience in researching and critical analysis of complex issues in human service delivery and service development, including gap analysis, design and implementation of continuous improvements;
  • Demonstrated ability to manage a range of contracts and maintain responsibility for coordinating all aspects of contracts and associated deliverables;
  • Demonstrated ability in performance monitoring and supporting the achievement of KPIs.

You may have had experience in previous roles in the health, aged or tertiary sector such as: Health Care Professional, including professionals specialising in Palliative Care, Project Manager, Senior Project Officer, Project Officer, Capacity Builder, Service Developer, Clinical Coordinator, Business Development Service Coordinator, Primary Health Care Officer. 

Why you should come work with us
Adelaide PHN offers a great range of benefits to our employees, including:

  • Competitive remuneration and work-life balance;
  • Access to generous not for profit Salary Sacrifice taxation benefits including up to $15,900 for living expenses and $2,650 for meal and entertainment;
  • Work from home opportunities;
  • Additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year, in addition to annual leave entitlements;
  • Generous allowance toward professional development;
  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements;
  • Modern office space with natural light;
  • Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals;
  • Free Employment Assistance Program.
     

How to apply

  1. Please read and consider the attached job and person specification
  2. Email your resume and maximum 2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role against the skills and experience required to employment@adelaidephn.com.au 
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 

To apply, you must have the legal right to work in Australia. Please note that due to the nature of the stakeholders related to this role, an up-to date COVID-19 vaccination and Flu Vaccination are required for this role, evidence of vaccination status will need to be provided during the recruitment process or upon commencement.

Applications close 12 noon Monday 4 July 2022. Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For further information about this role, please contact Lesley Habel, Older Persons, Aged Care and Palliative Care Lead on 08 8219 5900 or lhabel@adelaidephn.com.au.

We believe that our people’s differences are what make us great. We value diversity in culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability status, neurodiversity or any other aspect which makes our people unique. We are on our journey to continuously work to call out inequality and bias and encourage real workplace inclusion and diversity.

Adelaide PHN Vacancy


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Lesley Habel
lhabel@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 08 8219 5900

Job Description

Job_and_Person_Specification_CBC_Palliative_Care_-_June_2022.pdf

Full Time


Adelaide PHN is seeking an experienced and passionate primary health professional to join our growing Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs team as an MH and AOD Integration Coordinator. 

About Us
Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. 

We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keeping people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes – to deliver on our vision of A Healthier Adelaide by 2030.

The Role
We have an exciting opportunity for a fresh face to join our Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs (MH&AOD) team! The Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Integration Coordinator will focus on the SA Health metropolitan Local Health Networks (LHNs) Mental Health Directorates and Drug & Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA) developing, co designing and influencing collaborative and integrated activity to target ‘intermediate care’ and strong referral pathways from and to LHN hospitals, Community Mental Health teams and DASSA back to primary care and/or avoiding unnecessary presentations and admissions.
In this unique role, you can expect to be: 

  • Establishing and maintaining effective partnerships with LHN Mental Health Directorates and other Adelaide PHN stakeholders, including current commissioned service providers;
  • Actively pursuing and facilitating connections, collaboration and integration between LHNs, other Adelaide PHN stakeholders and commissioned service providers to maximise evidenced based best practice in referral pathways and service delivery;
  • Fostering a quality improvement approach to evaluation, assessment, monitoring and redesign;
  • Lead the implementation of the Regional Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan ‘Towards Wellness’;
  • Excited, challenged, stretched and achieving amazing outcomes for our Adelaide metropolitan community! 

About You
To be successful in this role you’ll need:

  • Tertiary qualifications in management, health or human services (or other relevant discipline; or at a minimum, experience at a senior level within a health organisation; 
  • Significant demonstrated experience in building and influencing professional relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including health, mental health and AOD providers / peak bodies, psychosocial services, local health networks, community services, government departments, and employers.
  • To be an exceptional team player with high level interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written);
  • Extensive experience in establishing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating innovative strategies. 
  • An innate ability to influence and support organisations and health professionals through change management will be highly regarded.
  • An understanding of health in a community setting and the barriers and challenges to achieving good health outcomes need to be demonstrable. 
  • Ability to identify problems, challenges and barriers, and recognise opportunities, and come up with potential solutions.

You may have had experience in previous roles in the primary health sector such as: Program Management Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator/Lead, Project Management/Coordination, Service integration Coordinator, Service Manager or Integration specialist. 

Why you should come work with us
Adelaide PHN offers a great range of benefits to our employees, including:

  • Competitive remuneration and work-life balance;
  • Access to generous not for profit Salary Sacrifice taxation benefits including up to $15,900 for living expenses and $2,650 for meal and entertainment;
  • Work from home opportunities;
  • Additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year, in addition to annual leave entitlements;
  • Generous allowance toward professional development;
  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements;
  • Modern office space with natural light;
  • Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals;
  • Free Employment Assistance Program.

How to apply

  1. Please read and consider the attached job and person specification
  2. Email your resume and maximum 2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role against the skills and experience required to employment@adelaidephn.com.au 
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 

To apply, you must have the legal right to work in Australia. Please note that an up-to date COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement of this role, evidence of vaccination status will need to be provided during the recruitment process.

Applications close 12 noon Monday 4 July 2022. However, shortlisting for this position will commence immediately and we reserve our right to close this position earlier if a suitable candidate is found. Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For further information about this role, please contact Kelly Wells, CRU Manager on 08 8219 5900 or kwells@adelaidephn.com.au.

We believe that our people’s differences are what make us great. We value diversity in culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability status, neurodiversity or any other aspect which makes our people unique. We are on our journey to continuously work to call out inequality and bias and encourage real workplace inclusion and diversity.

Adelaide PHN Vacancy


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Kelly Wells
kwells@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 8219 5900

Job Description

Job_and_Person_Specification_MH_AOD_Integration_Coordinator_June_22.pdf

Full Time to 30 June 2024


Adelaide PHN is seeking an experienced Digital Health Coordinator to coordinate the co-design, review, and implementation of telehealth and other digital health technologies in Residential Aged Care Facilities (RACFs) across the Adelaide PHN region. 

The Digital Health Coordinator will support RACFs to implement telehealth and other digital health solutions and support their capability to utilise the technology including facilitating the secure transfer of resident’s health care information between RACFs, primary care and acute care settings.


This new role is for a fixed term to 30 June 2024.

About Us
Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. 

We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keep people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes – to deliver on our vision of A Healthier Adelaide by 2030.

The Role
The Digital Health Coordinator will be responsible for:

  • The co-design, review, and delivery of educational content around patient safety and the appropriate use of telehealth and other digital health technologies in Residential Aged Care Facilities within the Adelaide region;
  • Assessing individual RACF telehealth capability against best practice standards and guidelines;
  • Identifying and addressing barriers to appropriate telehealth capability, including the provision of on-site telehealth equipment set up and support within RACFs;
  • Providing telehealth and equipment training to RACF staff, both on-site and remotely. 
  • Providing telehealth support to RACFs as required, both on-site and remotely, during business hours.
  • Advocating and ensuring that RACFs participate in digital health initiatives such as My Health Record and supporting their staff to adopt and use same;
  • Participating in collaborative project teams with internal and external stakeholders as required;
  • Working closely with relevant stakeholders to monitor access to the virtual care platform and set up mechanisms to collect evaluation and experience data around usability, effectiveness, and cost of the digital health intervention; 
  • Engage with RACFs, primary care including general practice and acute care settings to support compatibility and interoperability between providers;
  • Assisting in the development, implementation and delivery of specific projects related to telehealth and other digital health initiatives in RACFs;
  • Monitoring progress against any defined project scopes and preparing and providing reports as required. 

About You
To be successful in this role you’ll need:

  • Demonstrated experience in developing and delivering training around the appropriate use of telehealth services or other digital health initiatives;
  • Experience working for a Not for Profit or government organisation (ideally in health or community services sector);
  • Capacity to work with minimal supervision and in a team environment, with a demonstrated ability to meet organisational values;
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills and proven ability to develop relationships and work collaboratively, including solution focussed problem solving skills;
  • Ability to meet delivery objectives, particularly within a tight timeframe and with an appropriate level of attention to detail;
  • A good understanding of the Australian primary healthcare system and the digital health landscape and the implications, challenges, and opportunities for connection with the Aged Care sector;  
  • Knowledge of the design, delivery, and evaluation process for digital health programs;
  • Tertiary qualifications in health or related fields such as digital health/telehealth/IT or health informatics;
  • Project management experience and/or relevant credentials (desirable); 
  • Change management experience or relevant credentials (desirable).

You may have had experience in previous roles such as: Digital Health Officer, Digital Health Educator, Training Officer, Project Officer, Administration Officer, Project Officer – Health, Customer Support Officer, Information and Communications Technology Officer, eHealth Officer, telehealth Officer, Health Officer, Digital Health and Systems Officer, Digital Health Project Officer, Project Support Officer.

Why you should come work with us
Adelaide PHN offers a great range of benefits to our employees, including:

  • Competitive remuneration and work-life balance;
  • Access to generous not for profit Salary Sacrifice taxation benefits including up to $15,900 for living expenses and $2,650 for meals and entertainment;
  • Work from home opportunities;
  • Additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year, in addition to annual leave entitlements;
  • Generous allowance toward professional development;
  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements;
  • Modern office space with natural light;
  • Collaboration with passionate likeminded professional;
  • Free Employment Assistance Program.

How to apply

  1. Please read and consider the attached job and person specification
  2. Email your resume and maximum 2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role against the skills and experience required to employment@adelaidephn.com.au 
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 

To apply, you must have the legal right to work in Australia. Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Applications close 12 noon Monday 27 June 2022. However, shortlisting for this position may commence immediately and we reserve our right to close this position earlier if a suitable candidate is found.

For further information about this role, please contact Ben Okonjo, Digital Health Lead, on 08 8219 5900 or bokonjo@adelaidephn.com.au.

We believe that our people’s differences are what make us great. We value diversity in culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability status, neurodiversity or any other aspect which makes our people unique. We are on our journey to continuously work to call out inequality and bias and encourage real workplace inclusion and diversity.

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Ben Okonjo
bokonjo@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 08 8219 5900

Job Description

Job_and_Person_Specification_Digital_Health_Coordinator.pdf

Full Time or Part Time (0.8FTE) to 30 June 2024


Adelaide PHN is seeking an experienced project officer for our new Digital Health Project Officer position to develop, coordinate and manage activities across the telehealth for aged care residents’ program and other digital health initiatives. 

This is a fixed term contract position until 30 June 2024.

About Us
Adelaide Primary Health Network (APHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. 

We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keep people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes – to deliver on our vision of A Healthier Adelaide by 2030.

The Role

The Digital Health Project Officer role is responsible for developing, coordinating and managing activities across the telehealth for aged care residents’ program and other digital health initiatives. 

This includes but is not limited to: 

  • Planning, implementing, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of all aspects of the project, including reporting;  
  • Managing and reporting all aspects of stakeholder engagement and communications for the project;
  • Acting as first point of administrative contact for a range of stakeholders including RACFs staff and GPs;
  • Engaging Residential Aged Care organisations regarding their interest to join the telehealth for aged care residents’ program; 
  • Managing high-level stakeholder relationships; 
  • Providing administrative support to the Telehealth in RACFs working group which includes preparing of meeting minutes and agendas;
  • Preparing high-level project progress reports;
  • Managing the project timelines and identifying project risks and mitigation strategies;
  • Ensuring all contract agreements and supporting key documentation and actions are appropriately completed and stored.

About You
To be successful in this role you’ll need:
•    Demonstrated ability to apply high-level project management principles and methodologies within healthcare setting;   
•    Ability to plan, prioritize and coordinate multiple interrelated activities;
•    Outstanding written and verbal communication skills;
•    High-level administrative and stakeholder management skills; 
•    Demonstrated ability to work within a team, and in cross-portfolio teams and groups;
•    Ability to engage and collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders and communities;
•    Demonstrates initiative and accountability;
•    Proven ability to apply analytical skills and take a proactive and solution focused approach;
•    Confident in the use of Microsoft Office and Email. 

You may have had experience in previous roles such as: Project Officer, Administration Officer, Project Officer – Health, Customer Support Officer, Information and Communications Technology Officer, Digital Health Officer, eHealth Officer, Customer Care Representative, Telehealth Officer, Health Officer, Digital Health and Systems Officer, Digital Health Project Officer, Project Support Officer, Implementation Officer or Coordinator.

Why you should come work with us
Adelaide PHN offers a great range of benefits to our employees, including:

  • Competitive remuneration and work-life balance;
  • Access to generous not for profit Salary Sacrifice taxation benefits including up to $15,900 for living expenses and $2,650 for meals and entertainment;
  • Work from home opportunities;
  • Additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year, in addition to annual leave entitlements;
  • Generous allowance toward professional development;
  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements;
  • Modern office space with natural light;
  • Collaboration with passionate likeminded professional;
  • Free Employment Assistance Program.

How to apply

  1. Please read and consider the attached job and person specification
  2. Email your resume and maximum 2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role against the skills and experience required to employment@adelaidephn.com.au 
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 

To apply, you must have the legal right to work in Australia. Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Applications close 12 noon Monday 27 June 2022. However, shortlisting for this position may commence immediately and we reserve our right to close this position earlier if a suitable candidate is found.

For further information about this role, please contact Ben Okonjo, Digital Health Lead, on 08 8219 5900 or bokonjo@adelaidephn.com.au.

We believe that our people’s differences are what make us great. We value diversity in culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability status, neurodiversity or any other aspect which makes our people unique. We are on our journey to continuously work to call out inequality and bias and encourage real workplace inclusion and diversity.

Adelaide PHN Vacancy


More Information


Ben Okonjo
bokonjo@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 08 8219 5900

Job Description

Job_and_Person_Specification_Digital_Health_Project_Officer.pdf

Full Time/ Part Time Contract to 30 June 2023


The application period for this position closed on Tuesday 14 June 2022.

The position description will remain on this website for a short period to support applicants preparing for the interview. 

Adelaide PHN Vacancy


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Kelly Wells
kwells@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 08 8219 5900

Job Description

Job_and_Person_specification_IAR_TSO_March_22.pdf

Flexible FTE


Adelaide PHN is seeking a Mental Health Clinician with experience in psychological therapies and clinical triage to become an integral member of our Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) Central Referral Unit (CRU). 

About Us
Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. 

We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keeping people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes – to deliver on our vision of A Healthier Adelaide by 2030.

The Role
Our Clinical Triage Officers contribute to improving access to and quality of primary mental health services in our region by providing the important link between general practice/stakeholders and mental health providers, and support the strategic direction of the Adelaide PHN by:

  • Providing mental health expertise and advice to ensure commissioned service delivery outcomes are achieved;
  • Providing a central point to connect people to other services in the region, including through offering information and advice about mental health and AOD use; 
  • Holistic assessment of needs using the Commonwealth’s Initial Assessment and Referral tool; 
  • Connecting people seamlessly to the most appropriate local service to meet their identified needs;
  • Working closely with the CRU System Support Officers reviewing all referrals for primary mental health care services received by the Adelaide PHN through its CRU;
  • Clinically triaging and allocating referrals to the most appropriate commissioned service provider (CSP) (or other relevant service);
  • Liaising with referring practitioner or referral source to assess the risk and appropriate service allocation as required; and
  • Supporting the planning, development, implementation and review of policies and processes to enhance commissioned service delivery.

About You
To be successful in this role you’ll need:

  • Clinical experience and relevant tertiary qualifications are essential, including minimum 2 years:
    • supervised experience in the area of mental health; and
    • relevant professional development and or supervision.
  • Experience in clinical assessment and triage; 
  • Demonstrated understanding of mental health services in a community setting and the barriers and challenges to achieving good health outcomes; 
  • Knowledge of evidence based psychological therapy and an extensive understanding of mental health services at a regional level;
  • Demonstrated ability to use a person and family centred model of care and recovery focussed approach, as well as an understanding of a stepped care approach to service delivery.

Why you should come work with us
Adelaide PHN offers a great range of benefits to our employees, including:

  • Competitive remuneration and work-life balance;
  • Access to generous not for profit Salary Sacrifice taxation benefits including up to $15,900 for living expenses and $2,650 for meal and entertainment;
  • Work from home opportunities;
  • Additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year, in addition to annual leave entitlements;
  • Generous allowance toward professional development;
  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements;
  • Modern office space with natural light;
  • Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals;
  • Free Employment Assistance Program.

How to apply

  1. Please read and consider the attached job and person specification
  2. Email your resume and maximum 2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role against the skills and experience required to employment@adelaidephn.com.au 
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 

To apply, you must have the legal right to work in Australia.

Applications close 12 noon Wednesday 25 May 2022. However, shortlisting for this position may commence earlier. Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For further information about this role, please contact Kelly Wells, CRU Manager on 08 8219 5900 or kwells@adelaidephn.com.au.

We believe that our people’s differences are what make us great. We value diversity in culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability status, neurodiversity or any other aspect which makes our people unique. We are on our journey to continuously work to call out inequality and bias and encourage real workplace inclusion and diversity.

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Kelly Wells
kwells@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 08 8219 5900

Job Description

Job_and_person_specification_Clinical_Triage_Officer_-_May_2022.pdf

Full Time


About Us
Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. 

We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keeping people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes – to deliver on our vision of A Healthier Adelaide by 2030.

 

The Role
Adelaide PHN is a commissioning and compliance organisation with a high reliance on data collected from our contacted service providers (CSPs), public health data and our own engagement data to monitor performance and inform what services are commissioned. Our data warehouse (DW) is used to supply data to reports and dashboards which monitor the performance of programs funded by Adelaide PHN.

We are currently developing our data reporting and business intelligence capabilities and are seeking a skilled ETL Developer to join our growing Information Technology, Reporting and Governance team. 

The ETL Developer will be responsible for: 

  • Designing and implementing automated processes to feed data into the data warehouse;
  • Developing or configuring applications to receive data from CSPs;
  • Automating ETL processes by developing SSIS packages and SQL stored procedures;
  • Evaluating data for conformance to expectations; 
  • Monitoring and supporting ETL production processes and continuous improvement.

 

About You
To succeed in this role, you will need to have:    

  • 2+ years’ experience in supporting the operation of a data warehouse/ similar role in a not for profit or research environment;
  • Tertiary qualifications in computer science or a related discipline; or equivalent experience;
  • Extensive demonstrated experience and skills working in SSIS/SQL;
  • Hands-on experience and demonstrated skills in  designing, programming and  troubleshooting ETL pipelines;
  • Understanding of incremental data ingestion and collection;
  • Experience in mature development practices such as source code management, writing test, code reviews and merge requests  
  • Experience in identifying and classifying sensitive data; 
  • Ability to understand the business needs/requirements and translate these requirements into well-designed solutions;
  • Skills in analytical / problem-solving and in time and resource management.

 

Why you should come work with us
Adelaide PHN offers a great range of benefits to our employees, including:

  • Competitive remuneration and work-life balance;
  • Access to generous not for profit Salary Sacrifice taxation benefits including up to $15,900 for living expenses and $2,650 for meal and entertainment;
  • Work from home opportunities;
  • Additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year, in addition to annual leave entitlements;
  • Generous allowance toward professional development;
  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements;
  • Modern office space with natural light;
  • Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals;
  • Free Employment Assistance Program.

How to apply

  1. Please read and consider the attached job and person specification
  2. Email your resume and maximum 2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role against the skills and experience required to employment@adelaidephn.com.au 
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 

To apply, you must have the legal right to work in Australia.

Applications close 12 noon Tuesday 19 April 2022. Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For further information about this role, please contact Nick Rechten (Operations Manager IT, Governance and Reporting) on 08 8219 5900 or nrechten@adelaidephn.com.au.

We believe that our people’s differences are what make us great. We value diversity in culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability status, neurodiversity or any other aspect which makes our people unique. We are on our journey to continuously work to call out inequality and bias and encourage real workplace inclusion and diversity.

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Nick Rechten
nrechten@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 08 8219 5900

Job Description

ETL Developer

Fixed Term 12 Months Contract


Adelaide PHN is seeking a motivated professional with experience in the Primary Mental Health and/or Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) sectors to join our team of Capacity Building Coordinators. This role works with our commissioned service providers, partners, community organisations or systems to build on their existing capabilities and ensure contract deliverables are monitored and managed. 


About Us
Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. 

We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keeping people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes – to deliver on our vision of A Healthier Adelaide by 2030.

 

The Role
The Capacity Building Coordinator:

  • Works with existing and newly commissioned service providers delivering services across both the stepped care model of mental health and within the psychosocial and AOD sectors - with a focus on supporting clinical and non-clinical service providers to build and sustain capabilities across the primary care sector;
  • Establishes and maintains effective partnerships with commissioned service providers;
  • Is responsible for the management of contracts with commissioned service providers;
  • Facilitates connections and integration between commissioned service providers to influence best practice service delivery; 
  • Fosters a quality improvement approach to evaluation, assessment, monitoring and redesign; and
  • Participates in broader mental health systems level partnerships and integration.

This specialised Capacity Building Coordinator role has a key focus on Primary Mental Health and/or AOD and requires an in-depth understanding of the primary mental health care/AOD sector/s.


About You
To be successful in this role you’ll need:

  • Tertiary qualifications in management, health or human services (or other relevant discipline; or at a minimum, experience at a senior level within a health organisation; 
  • Qualifications as a Mental Health Clinician (Psychology, Social Work, Occupational Therapy or MH Nurse) are highly desirable, but not essential; 
  • Significant demonstrated experience in building and influencing professional relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including health, mental health and AOD providers / peak bodies, psychosocial services, community services, government departments, employers and the general public; 
  • Demonstrated experience in contract management (from either a service provider or funding body perspective); 
  • Experience in using standard project management techniques and knowledge, or the ability to acquire knowledge of basic scoping methodologies;
  • To be an exceptional team player with high level interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written);
  • Expertise and experience in critical analysis of complex issues in service delivery and service development and knowledge of the principles of commissioning from a primary health care perspective;
  • Demonstrated experience and expertise in the review and analysis of program level budgets.

 

Why you should come work with us
Adelaide PHN offers a great range of benefits to our employees, including:

  • Competitive remuneration and work-life balance;
  • Access to generous not for profit Salary Sacrifice taxation benefits including up to $15,900 for living expenses and $2,650 for meal and entertainment;
  • PHNs are still a new and cutting edge space with the capacity to incorporate things you are passionate about into individual positions e.g. health promotion, facilitation (subject to conditions/approvals);
  • Work from home opportunities;
  • Additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year, in addition to annual leave entitlements;
  • Generous allowance toward professional development;
  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements;
  • Modern office space with natural light;
  • Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals;
  • Free Employment Assistance Program.

How to apply

  1. Please read and consider the attached job and person specification
  2. Email your resume and maximum 2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role against the skills and experience required to employment@adelaidephn.com.au 
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 

To apply, you must have the legal right to work in Australia. Please note that an up-to date COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement of this role, evidence of vaccination status will need to be provided during the recruitment process.

Applications close 12 noon Tuesday 14 June 2022. Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Previous applicants need not apply. 

For further information about this role, please contact Tamira Pascoe (Executive Manager Mental Health and AOD) on 08 8219 5900 or tpascoe@adelaidephn.com.au.

We believe that our people’s differences are what make us great. We value diversity in culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability status, neurodiversity or any other aspect which makes our people unique. We are on our journey to continuously work to call out inequality and bias and encourage real workplace inclusion and diversity.

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Tamira Pascoe
tpascoe@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 08 8219 5900

Job Description

Job_and_Person_Specification_CBC_MH_June_2022.pdf

Part time or full time


Adelaide PHN has a rare opportunity for Health Commissioning Procurement Officer/s to join our Commissioning and Compliance team. Our Health Commissioning Procurement Officers develop and manage the commissioning and contracting of services that fall within the procurement phase of Adelaide PHN’s Commissioning Cycle, in accordance with the Adelaide PHN’s Commissioning Framework and associated policy and procedures consistent with the strategic objectives of the organisation. 

 

About Us
Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. 

We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keeping people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes – to deliver on our vision of A Healthier Adelaide by 2030.

 

The Role
The Health Commissioning Procurement Officers are responsible for:

  • Undertaking procurement sourcing activities, including appropriate research and analysis to develop comprehensive service specifications based on project design concepts, market development, identification and sounding, producing approach to market documentation, procurement assessment, negotiation, probity management, contract development and contract compliance
  • Contributing to scoping, planning, contracting, implementing, monitoring, reporting on and evaluating Adelaide PHN funded services and projects
  • Preparation of contract variations
  • Development of measures and targets for commissioned services
  • Development and maintenance of commissioning policy, procedures and guidelines relating to procurement, contracting and monitoring
  • Adelaide PHN’s contract and document management processes (including contract development, monitoring and evaluation)
  • Working with other members of the Commissioning and Compliance team to develop internal capabilities and capacity of operating in a commissioning environment

 

About You
To be successful in this role you’ll need:

  • Tertiary qualifications in procurement or a complementary business discipline or relevant experience in contract establishment and management (preferably in commissioning of services, project management and/or risk and compliance management, public health, evaluation and/or public sector management
  • Demonstrated experience in procurement strategy, negotiating, analysing, developing, managing and monitoring contracts and performance (ideally in the health or community services sectors), including a demonstrated understanding of probity, legal issues and risk and compliance management
  • Skill and experience in managing procurement project
  • Skill and experience in development of procurement policy and procedure
  • Demonstrated ability to work with stakeholders to achieve organisational/contract goals and performance, including the ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team and collaborative environment
  • Planning and organisational skills, including the ability to clearly define objectives and priorities, anticipate barriers and risks and find effective solutions
  • Meticulous attention to detail, especially in the development and review of commissioning procurement documentation and contract schedules

 

Why you should come work with us
Adelaide PHN offers a great range of benefits to our employees, including:

  • Competitive remuneration and work-life balance
  • Access to generous not for profit Salary Sacrifice taxation benefits including up to $15,900 for living expenses and $2,650 for meal and entertainment
  • Work from home opportunities
  • Additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year, in addition to annual leave entitlements
  • Generous allowance toward professional development
  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements
  • Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals
  • Modern office space with natural light
  • Free Employment Assistance Program

How to apply 

  1. Please read and consider the attached job and person specification
  2. Email your resume and maximum 2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role against the skills and experience required to employment@adelaidephn.com.au 
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 

Applications close 12 noon Monday 2 May 2022.

For further information about this role, please contact Peter Higgins (Operation Manager Commissioning) on 08 8219 5900 or phiggins@adelaidephn.com.au.

We believe that our people’s differences are what make us great. We value diversity in culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability status, neurodiversity or any other aspect which makes our people unique. We are on our journey to continuously work to call out inequality and bias and encourage real workplace inclusion and diversity.

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Peter Higgins (Operations Manager Commissioning)
phiggins@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 8219 5900

Job Description

Job_and_Person_Specification_Health_Commissioning_Procurement_Officer_February_2022.pdf

External Primary Health Care Vacancies

Negotiable - Part Time - Full Time


GP Skin Clinic and Green Apple Family Medical Centre are co-located in the beautiful old sandstone schoolhouse in historic Old Reynella. The centre has a strong focus on Skin Clinic Services as GP Skin, while providing General Practice and Gynaecology services as Green Apple Medical. They strive to provide the highest quality care with professional yet personalised and friendly service to all their patients.

They are procedural based with an emphasis on skin checks and skin cancer surgery as well as general dermatological services. With two fully equipped procedure rooms they perform advanced, intricate skin surgery. GP Skin is well established and receives referrals from many other GPs in the surrounding suburbs and beyond.

GP Skin is seeking an experienced and dedicated Skin GP to join their team of 4 Medical/Skin GPs. You will be well supported by their highly experienced Reception/Admin team and Practice Nurse.

Easily accessible on Old South Road with a large onsite car park. Old Reynella and surrounds are experiencing rapid population growth with new housing estates. This is an opportunity to have a strong patient base.

Open Monday - Friday, 8.30AM - 6.00PM.  Days and hours within these times are negotiable.

No weekends or on call.

Private billing.

Vocationally registered GPs need only apply.  

*They will provide training and fund skin cancer courses for the right applicant.

Applications Close

Tue, 06 September , 2022 - 2:47

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https://www.greenapplemed.com.au/gp-skin/

Nicola Ward
nicola@greenapplemed.com.au
Phone: 08 7325 0301

Full time


Join the team at Medical One Morphett Vale and become part of a dynamic family practice.

Medical One Morphett Vale is a purpose built, integrated general practice with 11 GPs and an established patient base. 

With the support of full-time nursing staff and an excellent administrative team who are experts in clinical management, you have everything you need to practice varied and interesting medicine in a high demand clinic.

Allied health services on-site include pathology, physiotherapy, podiatry, audiology and occupational and speech therapy.

They offer:

  • High patient demand
  • Mixed billing
  • Flexible rosters
  • Attractive remuneration
  • Guaranteed earnings for first 3 months
  • Full time treatment room and CDM nurse support

Requirements:

  • MBBS or equivalent
  • Current unrestricted AHPRA registration as a General Practitioner
  • Fellowship (FRACGP) or equivalent

To make a confidential enquiry, please contact Vanessa Collins on 0478 659 150 or vcollins@medicalone.com.au.

Applications Close

Thu, 01 September , 2022 - 5:00

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https://www.medicalone.com.au/careers/general-practitioner-vr-morphett-vale

Vanessa Collins
vcollins@medicalone.com.au
Phone: 0478 659 150

Full Time or Part Time


Health at Dulwich is a privately GP-owned family medical practice. They have an opportunity for VR GPs to join a team of friendly, experienced & highly regarded doctors. They are offering flexible sessions, private billings and full admin and nursing support.

Caring – Compassionate – Committed

Health at Dulwich is an accredited general practice located in the heart of Dulwich, only 5 minutes east of Adelaide’s CBD. Their reputation is one of best service to patients, GPs, allied health professionals, GP nurses, and their valued staff.

They have onsite Nurses (providing acute and chronic disease clinics), Physiotherapist, Podiatrist, Diabetic Educator, Dietitian, and Pathology and Pharmacy next door.

To continue offering valued care to their large and increasing local population, they are looking for energetic GPs to join their team on an ongoing full-time or part-time basis. A commitment to excellence with a focus on patient needs, values and desired health outcomes is essential to your application. They welcome GPs with any special interests to join their team of GPs with diverse interests. Most importantly, they are seeking GPs who are suited to the care and culture they offer.

They service a wide range of demographics and through their growing patient base, loyal to their practice and GPs, you will become a family GP for generations to come.

GP Registrars nearing the end of their Fellowship training are also encouraged to reach out to start the conversation.

Coming together is a beginning. Working together is success. Health at Dulwich is for GPs who want to be supported and valued.

Applications Close

Fri, 22 July , 2022 - 9:07

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https://www.healthatdulwich.com.au/

Dr Alice Kao
a.kao@healthatdulwich.com.au
Phone: 7221 2588

Natarsha Cooke
prac.mgr@healthatdulwich.com.au
Phone: 7221 2588

Permanent Part Time


Hazelwood Clinic is a GP Practice in the eastern suburbs requiring an experienced, reliable, enthusiastic person to join their reception team.

The successful applicant will need:

  • Excellent telephone and computer skills
  • The ability to work in a busy office environment
  • To manage multiple tasks, accurately
  • Experience with Zedmed a definite advantage

The position is 4 days per week with the flexibility to cover holiday and sick leave:

  • Tuesday 9.00AM - 4.00PM
  • Wednesday 11.00AM - 7.00PM
  • Thursday 11.00AM - 5.00PM
  • Friday 10.00AM - 7.00PM
Applications Close

Fri, 15 July , 2022 - 12:39

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https://hazelwoodclinic.com.au/

Jenny Lambert Practice Manager
jennylambert@hazclin.com.au
Phone: 0419 409059


Trinity Care Family Practice has an exciting opportunity for qualified procedural or non-procedural GPs to utilise and develop a variety of skills in a friendly and supportive General Practice space.

The practice is GP owned and operated, and conveniently located on South Road in Glandore, attracting patients from all areas of Adelaide.

They are a close-knit, dynamic and innovative team who work well together to achieve the best outcome for their patients and provide a quality service to a multicultural community.

Trinity Care Family Practice is a mixed billing practice and fully accredited with AGPAL. Their practice facilitates Telehealth services, electronic prescribing, onsite pathology and allied health services.

Applications Close

Sat, 31 December , 2022 - 5:00

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https://www.trinitycarefp.com.au/

Tiana Maxwell / Practice Manager
tiana.maxwell@trinitycarefp.com.au
Phone: 0881662499

Job Description

Procedural_and_Non_Procedural_GPs.pdf

Full or Part time


UniSA Health Medical Clinic is recruiting now.

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to be part of the substantial growth in the Adelaide CBD.

They are seeking suitably qualified VR GPs to join one of their two city based practices focusing on providing services to UniSA staff, students and the general public.   

They offer:

  • Excellent working conditions supported by a caring and experienced nursing and administration teams
  • Flexible work arrangements 
  • Capacity to earn a sustainable remuneration
Applications Close

Mon, 18 July , 2022 - 1:22

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https://www.unisamedical.com.au/

Kerry Howes
pm@unisamedical.com.au
Phone: 1300172996

Part time


Northern Medical Centre is seeking a part time locum doctor to start in their Salisbury practice as soon as possible.

The role would suits an Adelaide based doctor.

They require-

  • Full day -Wednesdays and Thursdays
  • Half days on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays
  • Saturdays are optional

Any hours or shifts will be considered.

Ongoing locum.

Hourly rate or percentage of billing negotiable.

Applications Close

Sun, 31 July , 2022 - 1:13

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Dr Ramakrishna Kamath
manager@northernmedicalcentre.com.au
Phone: 0402720505

FT/PT


One Healthcare Blakeview is a GP owned, long established family practice.  

They are open to full time/part time/afterhours/weekend only arrangements.  

About the Practice:

  • Privately GP owned
  • Practice Nurse support for immunisation, care plans and health checks
  • Allied Health - Physiotherapy clinic on site. Podiatrist and occupational therapist as well as Jones and Partners imaging next door
  • This is a DPA position, doctors under moratorium are welcome to apply
  • Attractive remuneration
  • Initial 3 months negotiable hourly rate while establishing patient base
  • Full support from practice nurses, management and administration

Please contact  Dr Anita Charleson for a confidential discussion.

Applications Close

Thu, 31 August , 2023 - 11:28

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https://onehealthcare.org.au/

Dr Anita Charleson
director@onehealthcare.org.au
Phone: 0417770699

Full or Part time


Belair Family Health Centre is looking to expand their team of Professionals.


Are you an enthusiastic, conscientious GP with excellent communication skills? Come and join their friendly and supportive team of highly skilled and experienced doctors, nurses and staff.


They are a GP owned mixed billing practice focused on providing high quality healthcare to our local community, located in the leafy hills suburb of Belair, only 15 mins to the Adelaide CBD. They prioritise the health and safety of their doctors, staff and patients and have implemented meticulous strategies to minimise the risk of Covid transmission in their practice.


They support their GPs by having:

  • Fully computerised using Best Practice
  • HotDoc online booking system
  • AGPAL Accredited practice
  • 4 supportive GPs
  • Nursing support
  • On site SA Pathology
  • Visiting Mental Health Social Workers
  • Flexible working hours
  • Cubiko reporting to help analyse and maximise earnings

If you would like to join our professional team, you will need to be a vocationally registered (VR) GP with AHPRA Registration
 

Applications Close

Mon, 31 October , 2022 - 3:37

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https://belairfamilyhealthcentre.com.au/

Diane Speak - Practice Manager
practicemanager@belairfamilyhealthcentre.com.au
Phone: 08 8278 8900

Casual


Trinity Medical Centre is looking for a casual medical receptionist.

  • Busy 7 days medical centre. 
  • Needs to work well under pressure. 
  • Keen and motivated.
  • Good phone etequitte. 
  • Looking for long term employment.
  • Flexibility is a must with evening and weekend work. 
  • Friendly and welcoming team.
  • Experience desirable.
Applications Close

Sun, 10 July , 2022 - 11:09

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Helen
trinitymc@internode.on.net
Phone: 82581677

Full/part time


Malvern Medical Centre is a long established, accredited and highly regarded family practice with two great inner city locations with modern and fully equipped facilities.

The centre is seeking additional GPs for their developing patient base. They are a non-corporate, doctor owned, private billing and fully computerised practice with a commitment to family practice and excellence in patient care.

This is an excellent opportunity for local GPs to consolidate their existing patient base at either of our locations with potential for ongoing growth.

The centre offers full freedom and autonomy within our business hours of Monday to Thursday, 8.00 to 7.00, Friday 8.00 to 5.00 and Saturday 9.00 to 1.00. They have a strong team environment with a nurse manager and RNs providing support, a strong professional administrative team and onsite psychology, podiatry, physiotherapy, dietitian and pathology services.

A competitive remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidate.

Please contact Business Manager, Martin Turner on 0428 956 850 for a confidential discussion about this opportunity.

More Information


https://www.malvernmedicalcentre.com.au/

Martin Turner, Business Manager
mturner@malvernmedicalcentre.com.au
Phone: 0428 956 850

Part Time/ Full Time


Grange/Bartley Medical Centre are looking for a part time or full time VR GP to join their busy clinics located in the western suburbs of Adelaide.

They are are a mixed billing practice (mainly private billing), with great remuneration on offer.

They are also offering a full compliment of admin/nursing staff, as well as onsite pathology amongst other extras.

More Information


https://grangemedicalcentre.com.au

Kylie Johnstone - Practice Manager
kyliej@durhamroadclinic.com.au
Phone: 0403180931

Full time and part time


Morphett Vale Family Medical Centre have a great opportunity for a femalr and male VR GP with great earning potential. DWS/ DPA location.

Modern, state of the art fit out and spacious practice. Make it a permanent home and be a part of a friendly team. Billings % negotiable.

FULL RELOCATION ASSISTANCE TO LOCAL DOCTORS/GPS/SPECIALISTS WHO WANTS TO RELOCATE AND JOIN THE FRIENDLY TEAM

  • Full nursing support, allied health on site
  • After hours position also available
  • Fantastic marketing team
  • Fully fitted modern consult rooms + large treatment room
  • Uses Best Practice software.
  • A unique opportunity not to be missed –  offering fantastic earning potential along with a supportive, flexible work environment.

Requirements:

  • Vocational Registration FRACGP | FACRRM or equivalent 
  • High standard of patient care
  • Team player with a great attitude

APPLY NOW and please send your CV to Dr Nizam at islamkhanom@hotmail.com or call/TEXT 0449574106 to find out more or for a confidential chat!

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www.taylorsavenuemedical.com.au

Practice Manager
mfmcadelaide@gmail.com
Phone: 0449574106

Full time of Part time


Full or Part time VR GP required for bulk billing clinic in Craigmore. Flexible agreements to suit individual needs. Strong operational and clinical support. Supportive of on-going development.

Full compliment of allied health on site and adjacent to pharmacy. 

More Information


Trudi Jones
trudi@craigmorefamilypractice.com.au
Phone: 82551999

Full Time


VR GP Required Modbury North Medical Centre for after Hours work. The centre is open from 8am till 11pm weekdays and 9am to 5pm on weekends and public holidays. Ideal for those who are in 10 year Moratorium.

Modbury North Medical Centre is a State-of-the-Art Facility with all latest technology and equipment- (ECG, Spirometry, ABI, Audiometry, and Operating Microscope).

The centre promotes procedural work/surgical work like fracture management, skin cancer surgery, IUD/Implanon, hand surgery like carpal tunnel release, trigger fingers, contracture release, toe nail surgery etc, to name a few. 

Mentorship available for young doctors for professional development. 

Great location with large existing family orientated patient base that currently has excess demand for appointments. 

Doctors are supported by great team of:

  • Registered Nurses available all the time for care plans, health assessment, Immunisation
  • Full Range of Allied health
  • General physician
  • Cardiologist
  • Urologist

Remuneration:

  • Attractive Percentage will be offered to right candidate. 

If you enjoy working in a dynamic team environment where patient care is your focus contact Practice Manager on (08) 8264 7824 for a confidential discussion or send your resume to manager@solitairemedicalgroup.com.au

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Syed Fahim/Practice Manager
manager@solitairemedicalgroup.com.au
Phone: 0882647824

F/T or P/T negotiable agreements available


DPA Location Exemptions Available

Located a short 40 minute drive from Adelaide CBD, in the new beach side suburb of Seaford Heights, minutes from local beaches and the beautiful picturesque McLaren Vale region. 

Easily accessible along with large onsite car park. Seaford Heights is an area experiencing rapid population growth, this is your opportunity to have a strong patient base.

The objective at Seaford Heights Medical Centre is to provide a SUPPORTIVE, FLEXIBLE environment for their doctors

  • Complete flexibility of working days and session hours
  • 70% of billing receipts or $150/hr (first 3 months)
  • Mixed Billing Practice - you have complete autonomy on the way you bill
  • Flexible agreements to suit your needs and availability
  • Complete Autonomy on the way you practice
  • Supportive of your special interests
  • Modern purpose built practice
  • Knowledgeable team to help you maximise your workflow and improve patient care
  • Highly skilled and experienced nursing team who work proactively with our doctors
  • No after-hours commitment

For a private and confidential chat, please give Amanda O’Toole Group Manager a call on 0437 674 266 or email amandaotoole@sempiremx.com.au.

More Information


www.seafordheightsmedicalcentre.com.au

Amanda O'Toole - Group Manager
amandaotoole@sempiremx.com.au
Phone: 0437674266

Full Time or Part Time


An incredible opportunity for a passionate VR GP to join the team at Reynella Medical Centre

Our objective at Reynella Medical Centre is to provide a supportive and flexible environment for our doctors. 

  • Complete flexibility of working days and session hours
  • 70% of billing receipts or $150/hr whichever is greater 
  • Mixed Billing Practice
  • Best Practice Software 
  • Negotiable Agreements
  • Complete Autonomy

Our wonderful nursing team are highly skilled and experienced in:

  • Care Plans
  • Vaccinations
  • Cervical Screenings
  • Health Assessments
  • Preventative Health Clinics and Surgical Assisting Minor Procedures 

Our nursing team work proactively with our doctors.

We welcome GPs who might be looking to join our practice but not ready to make that commitment to join us on a locum basis, this is a great opportunity to see what your future would look like working at Reynella Medical Centre.

More Information


www.reynellamedical.com.au

Amanda O'Toole
amandaotoole@sempiremx.com.au
Phone: 0437674266

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