Part Time Contract (up to 0.6 FTE) to 30 June 2021
Are you a dynamic and community minded health professional? Are you looking for a role genuinely tasked with driving positive change through primary health care and improving health outcomes in our community?
We have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Coordinator to join our HealthPathways team. This role works closely with all HealthPathways team members to progress the HealthPathways program.
HealthPathways is an online portal that provides general practitioners and other health professionals with easy access to comprehensive, evidence based assessment, management and localised referral resources for specific health conditions.
The HealthPathways localisation process involves working collaboratively and in partnership with local clinicians and service providers relevant to specific health conditions. Using base HealthPathways, standardised, easy to follow guidelines for patient care are localised for the assessment, management and patient access to local services. This information is published on the HealthPathways SA online portal as a central source for health professionals.
The Clinical Coordinator will:
- Coordinate the HealthPathways content and feedback process, including:
- Gathering non clinical information from stakeholders
- Coordinating a range of communications to support the GP Clinical Editors, HealthPathways team and HealthPathways process
- Collating and coordinating the required information to support localisation of HealthPathways
- Monitor feedback as recorded in the HealthPathways administrative tool or other mechanisms, and action as required in a timely manner, aligning with other stakeholders and HealthPathways team members
- Collect and maintain local service provider information including outpatient clinic information, community based services, private sector information and any other relevant information as identified by the HealthPathways team
- Maintain project plans and milestones, with a focus on key outcomes
Work in partnership and collaboration with individuals and organisations to maintain key stakeholder relationships including:
- GP Clinical Editors, Subject Matter Experts and Clinical Champions
- SA Health
- Primary Health Networks
- Coordinate clinical working groups as required including administrative activities and reporting
In collaboration with other members of the HealthPathways team, plan for live pathway release in conjunction with relevant stakeholders and support implementation activities as required.
You must be passionate about and committed to driving positive change throughout primary health care and improving health outcomes.
We expect the successful applicant will have a tertiary qualification in a health related area and/or extensive experience in health related project management and delivery.
You will be able to identify problems, challenges and barriers, and recognise opportunities, and come up with potential solutions. You enjoy a challenge and finding solutions.
In return, we commit to ensuring you have a great work life balance, enjoy your everyday work life, have fabulous and supportive colleagues, get to stretch your ability, experience the fun and supportive work family we offer AND receive a competitive salary, commensurate with your demonstrated skills and experience (alongside generous salary packaging options, which enhances your net take home!).
Because this is all about YOU – we have put OUR information last! The 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.
You may have had experience in previous roles in the health sector such as: project officer, project support officer, team leader, coordinator health officer, primary health care officer, allied health professional.
- Please read and review the attached position description
- Email your resume and a short (1-2 page) cover letter in response to the essential minimum capabilities and desirable characteristics, and describing your interest in the role to email@example.com
- If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900
Applications close 12 noon Monday 28 September 2020.