Project Manager - Connected Communities Pathways (CCP) Project
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The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Unit is an essential element of the Mackay Hospital and Health Service support services and ensures the development and delivery of culturally appropriate services and models of health care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and families.
To lead and support the development of a Connected Communities Pathways (CCP) project, nurse led multidisciplinary team secondary/ tertiary prevention model of care for chronic conditions.
This model will be a Mackay Hospital and Health Service wide model of service with a strong focus on improving First Nation people health outcomes and working collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Organisations and initiating the workforce to commence the model of care.
Benefits of working for Mackay HHS
Mackay Hospital and Health Service provides a working environment which embraces professional development, builds capabilities, provides roles with variety and flexibility, supports staff to maximise their health and wellbeing and encourages work/life balance. Some additional benefits include:
Remuneration - Competitive packages with salary packaging options available.
Superannuation - Up to 12.75% employer contribution.
Annual leave loading - 17.5%.
Employee assistance and peer support programs - Supporting our staff through difficult times.
Wellbeing programs - Variety of initiatives available to suit all interests and lifestyles.
How to apply
For full details of this role and how to apply, please refer to the attached Role Description.
We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply for all advertised positions. The Mackay Hospital and Health Service values its people, respecting and embracing diversity and a balance between work and life commitments. People of all ages, abilities, gender and ethnicity are encouraged to apply for positions.