GV Health are establishing a Casual bank for Clinical Care Coordinator’s and Allied health staff in the Ambulatory Aged Care programs.(AACP) If you are an experienced Registered Nurse or Allied health Grade 2-Physiotherapists, Occupational therapists, Enrolled Nurses(Team Assistants) , Speech pathologists, Dieticians and Social workers we would love to chat with you.
Do you want some casual work? Would you like to keep your skills up and work in a supportive, family friendly environment? Then contact the AACP manager or team leaders for a chat and a copy of the P.D. suited to your discipline.
The Clinical Care Coordinator and Allied health staff are responsible for providing high quality clinical case management, therapy, support and care planning of AACP clients within a multidisciplinary team. This enables clients to complete their restorative process, optimize their functional capacity and finalise and access their longer- term care arrangements.
Applicants are required to have current registration with AHPRA as a Registered Nurse or Allied Health professional and minimum 3 years experience post graduation. Self motivation with high level of communication, organisational and time management skills, basic knowledge of information systems and computer literacy at intermediate level for I.T. applications are also essential.
The position of Aboriginal Project Officer for the “Yarning Along the Murray” Project, will be responsible for developing and piloting culturally sensitive cancer resources to raise awareness and understanding of cancer and its symptoms as well as engaging the local Aboriginal communities to conduct an education needs analysis. In addition, the Project Officer will facilitate cancer education sessions and clinical placements with local Aboriginal health workers and community members to build their capacity to support Aboriginal people with cancer. It is expected that this program will increase the number of Aboriginal people with cancer who are referred to the local cancer services so that they can be diagnosed earlier, ultimately improving their outcomes.
The position will be based at the Hume RICS Wodonga office, but will involve weekly/fortnightly meetings with the Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service in Albury. It is envisaged that the role will also entail regular travel to collaborate with other key stakeholders, including to Deniliquin, Echuca/Moama, Shepparton, Finley, Corowa and the Cummeragunja Aboriginal Reserve.
Goulburn Valley Health, as the lead agency for Hume RICS, will act as the employing agency for the Aboriginal Project Officer and reporting lines will be to the Network Coordinator of the Border/East Hume Cancer Network of Hume RICS.
An opportunity exists for a motivated individual to join the Goulburn Valley Child & Youth Mental Health Service (GV CYMHS). The position is responsible for providing high quality clerical and administrative support to assist the efficient and effective functioning of the department.
The successful applicant will have well-developed time management and problem-solving skills and the ability to prioritise tasks and work under minimal supervision. Applicants should also possess excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills and be able to work effectively within a team environment. A sound knowledge of computer based software applications including Word/Excel/database management systems is also required.
This position is required for 32 hours a week incorporating 6 hour shifts commencing at 10.30am and finishing at 5pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday and 8 hours from 8.30am to 5pm on Wednesdays.
There will be some need for flexibility in working extra hours if required.
Permanent Part Time position (72 hrs/fortnight - Monday to Friday)
An opportunity exists for a motivated and experienced individual to join the team in the GVAMHS Wanyarra Inpatient Unit in Shepparton. The Administration Support Officer (Ward Clerk) is responsible for providing efficient, effective and confidential service as the first point of contact for clients/patients to GVAMHS Wanyarra Inpatient Unit.
The successful applicant will possess excellent customer service and communication skills and the ability to interact with all levels of staff and members of the public.
The ability to work independently or as a team member and prioritise workloads are essential. Experience using MS Office applications and other software is also required.
An opportunity exists for a motivated individual to join the team in the Environmental Services. The Cleaner is responsible for providing a clean and safe environment for all clients of GV Health ensuring that infection control standards are adhered to at all times.
The successful applicant should possess the ability to work within a team environment showing a flexible attitude to work hours and be prepared to work a variety of shifts (a.m., p.m. and weekends). Applicants should also demonstrate excellent communication skills.
Previous experience in a comparable industry is desirable.
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Clinical Care Coordinator in the Ambulatory Aged Care Programs (AACP).
The AACP Care Coordinator is responsible for providing support, care planning and clinical care coordination within a multidisciplinary team in the West Hume Region. Experience in gerentology, community health or rehabilitation would be an advantage.
Applicants are required to have qualifications in nursing or one of the Allied Health disciplines. Have a minimum of 3 years clinical experience along with well developed communication, interpersonal, computer and organisational skills. The ability to prioritise and manage a diverse workload with a positive and caring attitude is also required.
Goulburn Valley Health is a public health facility servicing the community of Shepparton and surrounds. Shepparton offers the best of the rural lifestyle, with no peak hour traffic congestion on the daily travel to work. The City of Shepparton is just 2.5 hours north of Melbourne on the verge of the renowned winery trails of the Rutherglen region in the heart of the state’s fruit growing region.
Goulburn Valley Health is seeking an enthusiastic Deputy Chief Medical Imaging Technologist to join our team. The Medical Imaging Department provides a wide range of imaging services including ultrasound, echocardiography, fluoroscopy (C-arm), CR/DR, CT (including cardiac) and 3T MRI. Agfa PACS is integrated with the Radiology Information System. The Medical Imaging Department also supports satellite radiography services at Tatura and Nathalia Hospitals. The department is fully accredited under the new Diagnostic Imaging Accreditation Scheme (DIAS) by NATA until January 2015.
The successful applicant will preferably hold a post graduate diploma or higher in a relevant discipline and have well developed organizational and people skills with a proven ability to manage a unit or imaging modality in a prior role. The appointee must hold a current Radiation Use Licence for Victoria. Both clinical and administrative tasks will be included in the role, with the appointee assisting in the preparation of rosters, executive submissions and funding reviews.
Interested applicants should contact the Chief MIT Ms. Anne Bright via Anne.Bright@gvhealth.org.au or telephone 03 5832 2320. Applications should be submitted via the Goulburn Valley Health eRecruit portal.
All new employees of Goulburn Valley Health are required to undergo a National Police Record Check
Home Nursing Service
District Nurse RN Div 1 Grade 2 Depending on Experience
ZU4 - ZU13
Goulburn Valley Health Home Nursing Service - A great place to work! We are looking for skilled, motivated, experienced Registered Nurses to join our casual bank.
Based at Una House in Shepparton this position is an opportunity for you to work flexible hours, within a dynamic team providing quality nursing care to clients in the Community. This position will particularly suit nurses interested in working school hours. We have four, six or eight hour shifts available.
We provide a seven day a week service to the community and casual bank staff may be required to assist with evening and weekend shifts.
Nurses interested in joining our casual bank will need recent acute care experience, effective communication skills, a current driver's licence and a commitment to service quality.
The Home Nursing Service offers a team focused, supportive environment, comprehensive orientation, diverse nursing practice and professional development opportunities.
An opportunity exists for an experienced Food Services Assistant in the Glasshouse Cafe. The Food services Assistant is responsible for high quality customer service, cash handling, coffee making and food preparation.
The successful applicant will possess an accredited Food Handlers Certificate and have previous experience. Applicants should be able to work within a team environment and under minimal supervision as well as commit to working shift hours and weekends.
Excellent communication skills are essential and some reporting may be required.
An opportunity exists for a Nurse Unit Manager in the Haemodialysis Department. The Nurse Unit Manager is responsible for providing operational and clinical leadership, management and direction for the Haemodialysis Unit, and work collaboratively with the Clinical Directors to ensure a high quality service is delivered to renal patients. The haemodialysis unit is a satellite service of St. Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne.
Applicants are required to have current registration with AHPRA as a Registered Nurse and minimum 5 year experience post graduation. Self motivation with high level of communication, organisational and time management skills, basic knowledge of patient management and information systems and computer literacy at intermediate level for I.T. applications are also essential.
We are seeking an experienced Occupational Therapist to join the GV Health Chronic Pain Clinic.
The Chronic Pain Clinic is a newly established service for the region and this position provides an exciting opportunity to contribute to the ongoing development and improvement of a dynamic interdisciplinary team and the clinic's programs.
The Chronic Pain Clinic provides assessment, care planning and management of people experiencing complex, persisting pain, on a time-limited basis. Other professional members of the Chronic Pain Clinic team include a Medical (Rehabilitation) Specialist, Clinical Nurse Coordinator, Psychologist and Physiotherapist. The team also works closely with other Allied Health disciplines.
The Occupational Therapist is responsible for providing clinical support to clients of the Chronic Pain Clinic, through one-on-one therapeutic intervention and as a facilitator of self-management skill building group programs. As an AHPRA registered clinician, you will have broad clinical experience in the area of assessment and management of people experiencing complex, chronic conditions. Your excellent interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to work collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team and well developed understanding of an evidence based approach to person-centred care will be well suited to the role.
The position is for 16 hours per week (32 hours per fortnight).
The position of Project Coordinator for the “Yarning Along the Murray” Project will be responsible for overseeing the development, implementation and evaluation of a detailed plan for a project that seeks to build capacity in Aboriginal cancer control by raising awareness, knowledge and understanding of cancer in Aboriginal communities. This will be achieved through developing new relationships, and strengthening existing relationships between the Aboriginal communities, health services and the cancer sector to ensure a collaborative and sustainable network is developed to ultimately improve the outcomes of Aboriginal people diagnosed with cancer.
The Project Coordinator will work in collaboration with a 0.6FTE Aboriginal Project Officer and under the guidance of the Border East Hume Cancer Network ‘Furthering Aboriginal and Cancer Services Steering Committee’ to conduct this project. The Project Coordinator will oversee the development and piloting of culturally sensitive cancer resources to raise awareness and understanding of cancer and its symptoms as well as an education needs analysis with Aboriginal Health Workers. This project will build on an existing program of work in this area and it will be the role of the Project Coordinator to develop new relationships, and strengthen existing relationships between the Aboriginal communities, health services and the cancer sector at both strategic and operational levels.
The position will be based at the Hume RICS Wodonga office, but it is envisaged that the role will also entail regular travel to collaborate with other key stakeholders, including to Deniliquin, Echuca/Moama, Shepparton, Finley, Corowa and the Cummeragunja Aboriginal Reserve.
Goulburn Valley Health, as the lead agency for Hume RICS, will act as the employing agency for the Project Coordinator and reporting lines will be to the Network Coordinator of the Border/East Hume Cancer Network of Hume RICS.
headspace ( National Youth Mental Health Foundation) helps young people who are going through a tough time. If you are innovative and enjoy helping young people get their lives back on track, this is an exciting opportunity to be part of the establishment of headspace Shepparton. You will also have the chance to work as part of a multidisciplinary team, be part of research, group work and mental health promotion.
We are seeking an experienced and a youth friendly psychologist 0.5 EFT to provide psychological interventions to young people 12-25 years of age. This may include the opportunity for early intervention, as headspace works with young people with mild and moderate mental health concerns and drug and alcohol issues.
This role requires exceptional skills with engaging all young people, family and friends. The incumbent will be working as part of a multidisciplinary team and will be supported by Youth Access Workers who will assist with intake, psychosocial assessment and outreach. There is also the support of a part time youth mental health clinician, General Practitioner, practice nurse and Psychiatric Registrar. There is also some provision for some limited involvement from a Youth Psychiatrist. Promotion and awareness of headspace will be provided by a Community Awareness Officer and youth participation in the design of headspace Shepparton has been incorporated.
An opportunity to augment the role with MBS bulk-billed counselling exists for health Professionals with eligibility for Medicare Provider status.
An opportunity exists for Locum Radiographer (Grade 1 or 2) for a period of 8 weeks at Goulburn Valley Health from 8th July until 1st September, 2013. This full time locum position requires the applicant to participate in all shifts and rotations, including on-call. CT and/or MRI skills would be advantageous but not essential.
The successful applicant is required to be eligible for membership of and to possess a statement of accreditation from the Australian Institute of Radiography and currently be registered with the Medical Radiation Practice Board (AHPRA).
The ability to prioritise workloads in a busy emergency department, well developed communication and interpersonal skills and sound clinical assessment skills are essential.
Accommodation can be negotiated with the appropriate candidate if required. Transport between the place of residence and work during the locum period will be the responsibility of the applicant.
Applications will be accepted through the Goulburn Valley Health eRecruitment website and should include a current curriculum vitae, including contact details for two referees as well as a covering letter. If you wish to conduct an interview via telephone, please indicate such in your covering letter and provide the best contact number.
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted via email to arrange an interview, which will be conducted within 10 days of the closure of applications.
Queries may be directed to the Ms. Anne Bright, Chief MIT or Ms. Alison Chapman, Acting Deputy Chief MIT on (03) 5832 2320.
Goulburn Valley Health is seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates for the role of Senior Sonographer. This is a full time grade three position. The successful candidate will be responsible for management of the day-to-day running of the ultrasound unit, overseeing training and assisting in expanding the service.
The position is based at the public hospital in Shepparton and supports the both the local population the people of the wider region. The successful applicant will be exposed to a wide range of clinical opportunities and be expected to take a leading role in the department. Staff work a 40 hour week with one accrued day off every 4 weeks.
A competitive above award payment commensurate with experience will be offered to the successful candidate.
Applications should include a covering letter, current curriculum vitae including contact details for two referees and detailed responses to the selection criteria. Applicants fulfilling the requirements of the position description will be contacted individually after the closing date.