Brisbane South PHN current vacancies

Program Coordinator – Child Youth and Family (16 January 2020)
Brisbane South PHN has an exciting opportunity to become part of our dynamic team. This role will provide coordination of Child, Youth and Family primary health program activities, which are designed to improve health outcomes in the Brisbane South area. This role is part of a small team collaborating with regional and multi-disciplinary health providers of child, youth and family services and stakeholders, as well as the broader primary health sector. For more information please click here  and to apply please click here. Applications by COB Friday 31, 2020.

Commissioning Manager (16 January 2020)
Brisbane South PHN is seeking a dynamic and experienced leader to drive the commissioning portfolio across the organisation to facilitate health systems improvements in Brisbane South. You will use your exceptional planning, design, innovation and change management skills to ensure that available evidence, local and national priorities and quality principles are combined to inform commissioning practices that contribute to an integrated and coordinated health system and improve outcomes for our community. For more information please click here and to apply please click here.  Applications by COB Monday 27 January, 2020.

Expression of Interest – Part-time Clinical Advisor (GP) Brisbane South PHN – Domestic and Family Violence (updated 13 January 2020)
Brisbane South PHN has an exciting opportunity for a General Practitioner to contribute to the primary care response to domestic and family violence (DFV).

This role will provide clinical advice, support and guidance for the Brisbane South PHN program; Recognise, Respond, Refer: An Integrated Health Response to Domestic and Family Violence. This includes being part of a team delivering training to support appropriate responses to domestic and family violence in general practices.This is a flexible, part time role that equates to approximately four hours per week until end of June 2020, with strong possibility of extension. Responsibilities of the role are varied and time commitment may vary between weeks. Timing of activities can be tailored to the Clinical Advisor’s other commitments.

For further information about how the role may be structured see here. To apply, please send your current resume with a covering letter outlining how you meet the skills, experience and knowledge requirements of the role to by COB Friday 7 February 2020. For further information on the role, please contact Susan Conaghan, Program Coordinator – Child, Youth & Family, on 07 3864 7555 or review the full position description here.