• Opportunity to create and drive positive change
• Focus on community outcomes
• Diverse and autonomous role
• Brisbane based
Are you are looking for a diverse, autonomous health promotion position committed to the delivery of a quality service to the community?
Are you are excited at the prospect of engaging a cross section of stakeholders in the delivery of quality outcomes?
This well-regarded national peak body focusses on advocating and providing health promotion and information to key target groups within the community. In addition, you will engage with consumer and professional groups and broaden opportunities for partnership and collaboration.
The organisation is seeking to appoint an exceptional Health Promotion professional who is keen to drive best practice health promotion programs across the state. Sound judgement and discretion are essential for this role as you will be working autonomously with remote support from the national office, as an essential part of a long term national program.
The successful candidate will have proven health promotion experience ideally gained from within the primary, acute or community health care sectors. Experience in stakeholder engagement and public speaking coupled with strong planning, evaluation and report writing skills are also essential as is a valid driver's license and well developed computer skills. A tertiary qualification in Health Promotion is essential.
This is a full time position. Applications close on 23 January 2017.
For a position description, please contact Mary Trezise on 03 9347 2522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Written applications must include a CV and response to the key selection criteria as detailed in the position description to: Mary Trezise on email email@example.com
Are you a Registered Nurse with continence management experience?
Are you passionate about using your knowledge to help improve the lives of people experiencing the stigma and restrictions of incontinence?
The Continence Foundation of Australia is the national peak body focussing on advocating and providing information, advice and support to the 4.8 million Australians who experience bladder and bowel health issues. The Commonwealth funded National Continence Helpline, staffed by expert nurses and supported by a dedicated team, is an essential component of the advice and support we provide to both the community and to health professionals.
Your strong continence management experience enables you to provide telephone advisory services for the management of urinary and faecal incontinence to consumers, carers and health professionals. Your flexibility allows you to be available for occasional casual shifts between the hours of 8am and 8pm Monday to Friday. You are enthusiastic, willing to learn and enjoy being part of a close team delivering a quality service, with a passion for improving quality of life for people experiencing continence issues.
In return we can offer you easy access to an inner city location, and the opportunity to be part of a passionate and dedicated team.
For further information and a position description, please contact Mary Trezise on 03 9347 2522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please submit your application to: Mary Trezise on email email@example.com, using the subject line: Continence Nurse Advisor