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EL1 Assistant Director

Web Ref: JA1082022-ACT

12 Month Contract with Possible Extension | Canberra Location | $70 – $80 Per Hour plus 10.5% Superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Assistant Director to join their team at the EL1 level. Within this role you will support the department by coordinating and tracking feedback throughout the consultation period, progressing project milestones, supporting project communication and change management, and monitoring and reporting on project milestones and deliverables.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Development of Framework, including performance indicators for use.
  • Management of Divisional wide consultation of the Framework and Program, including stakeholder engagement and management.
  • Project management including budget and timeline management and reporting against the implementation of the program.
  • Utilise systems thinking to synthesise, interpret and report on aggregate level, including the ability to make service quality improvement recommendations.
  • Facilitation of workshops using Restorative Just Culture and Design Thinking methodologies.
  • Drafting of workshop summaries and outcomes.
  • Responding to client feedback by working with business areas to implement quality improvement activities and respond appropriately.
  • Coordinate and contribute to the development of advice, briefings, papers, submissions and correspondence for use in both internal and external decision-making forums related to the Program.
  • Provide supervision, mentoring and coaching for direct reports to effectively manage performance and encourage professional growth.
  • Support an environment that encourages a willingness to adopt participative workplace practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Able to understand and apply knowledge related to how organisational, team and individual conditions influence reliable service delivery to achieve safe, high-quality care.
  • Able to identify, communicate and manage adverse incidents and risk.
  • Able to identify individual and systems factors that influence effective performance at work and the ability to adapt to ensure the delivery of high quality, safe services.
  • Able to support staff, patients, families, and carers to feel safe, engage in learning and to acknowledge when an incident has occurred or a risk is present.
  • Able to understand and utilise appropriate improvement, research and applied science methodologies to achieve change for service improvement.
  • Able to see the individual parts of a service organisation, how they operate and interact, and their patterns of behaviour over time, and to use that information to contribute to change.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Staff management experience.
  • Ability to liaise with and develop productive working relationships with other teams and organisations.
  • Strong change management experience.
  • Qualifications and relevant registration with AHPRA as a Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or with AASW as a Mental Health Social Worker AND/OR Military Experience AND/OR Lived Experience of mental health or suicide is desirable.
  • Experience in health service provision is desirable.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

Senior WHS Officer

Web Ref: JA10082022-ACT

12-Month Contract with Possible Extension | Canberra Location | Baseline Security Clearance Required | $58.96 – $70.40 Per Hour plus 10.5% Superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Senior WHS Officer to join their team. Within this role you will be responsible for the development, design and delivery of training for WHS policies and procedures within the Operations Division.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertake research, development and implementation of policy and procedures related to Operations Work Health and Safety, providing advice and guidance to managers and employees on interpretation and practical application.
  • Conduct regular reviews of the WHS Risk assessments and Operations WHS Manual in collaboration with key stakeholders.
  • Work closely with Operations managers to build and implement a high standard of safety processes for Operations staff.
  • Lead and promote a continuous improvement culture regarding Operations WHS
  • Review, design and develop relevant training in areas of WHS and other areas as
  • Provide support to Operations staff to understand and implement WHS policies and

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated understanding of the Work Health and Safety Act and other relevant WHS legislation.
  • Tertiary level qualifications in the disciplines of Work Health and Safety or demonstrated experience in WHS policy development, review and implementation.
  • Tertiary level qualifications in the disciplines of Training and Development or proven experience in design and/or development of WHS training or training in other
  • Effective written and interpersonal communication skills, with the ability to motivate and influence others.
  • Demonstrated technical skills in MSOffice, SharePoint, Teams, and other collaborative platforms including a good understanding of document design principles and
  • Proven ability to work within a team

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service. This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with successful candidate holding a Baseline Australian Government security clearance and undergo other employment suitability checks.

APS4 Problem Manager

Web Ref: KP09082022-ACT

Contract until December 2022 with possibility for extension | Canberra Location | Commence Immediately | Non-ongoing Opportunity | $72,332 – $76,427 p.a. plus 15.4% Superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking Problem Managers to join their team at the APS4 level. Within this role, you will answer phone calls and respond to emails from providers, document and resolve incidents and escalate those issues that require greater subject matter expertise for resolution.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertake inbound & outbound telephony work and respond to email enquiries. This relates to cold chain breaches; wastage; transport enquiries; storage; ordering; general enquiries and adverse events to a vaccine.
  • Document details of the issue in the Incident Management System.
  • Undertake outbound calls to external stakeholders e.g., to clarify information provided.
  • Analyse and review data received from delivery partners and external stakeholders.
  • Make informed decisions based on evidence provided from delivery partners.
  • Prepare and send email responses to external stakeholders.
  • Escalate enquiries to relevant teams if enquiry cannot be resolved at first point of contact.
  • Report up any potential or emerging issues and trends.
  • Be responsible for management of own open enquiries via IMS or email.
  • Other general duties as required commensurate with the skills and capabilities of an officer at this level.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • The ability to handle a high volume of telephone calls
  • Demonstrated sound decision making and problem-solving skills
  • The ability to work on a rotating roster between 7am and 8pm Monday to Thursday, between 7am and 9pm on Fridays and between 8am and 7pm on Saturday and Sundays.
  • Call-centre experience is highly desirable however not required.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS4 Regulatory Officers

Web Ref: KP04082022-ACT

Contract until end of June 2023 | Possibility of Extension | Commence Immediately | Canberra Location | Baseline Security Clearance Required | $46.92 – $49.50 per hour plus 10.5% superannuation | Multiple Positions Available

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking experienced Regulatory Officers to join their team at the APS4 level. Within this role you will deliver continuous improvement of area-based project assessments through regular review and critical analysis of assessment tools, processes, forms, guidance published on the website, and Contact Centre scripts.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertake routine assessments of applications for registrations, variations and crediting using required templates and procedures.
  • Respond to enquiries and situations involving a high level of complexity and sensitivity
  • Communicate and make decisions that are based on professional judgement, evaluating risks and in the context of a complex and changing environment.
  • Research, review, provide input to and evaluate project methodologies, systems, tools and programs
  • Manage procurement and contract processes when required
  • Assist with the development of communication and education materials
  • Develop productive and professional relationships with key stakeholders
  • Assist in staff supervision, training and development
  • Provide advice to scheme participants of their rights and obligations
  • Liaise with stakeholders and build and maintain relationships

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to understand highly technical scientific and legislative material is essential.
  • Qualifications in science relevant to agriculture, fire management, soil chemistry, environmental science and climate change are desirable.
  • Experience in conducting assessments in a regulatory capacity is desirable.
  • Experience in understanding and interpreting complex legislation is desirable.
  • A Baseline Security Clearance will be required for this role.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with successful candidate holding a Baseline Australian Government security clearance and undergo other employment suitability checks.

APS6 Clinical Care Coordinator

Web Ref: JA01082022-NT

12 Month Contract with Possible Extension | Winnellie Location |$55-$65 Per Hour plus 10.5% Superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Clinical Care Coordinator to join their team at the APS6 level. Within this role you will be working collaboratively with stakeholders to enhance the organisations ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk clients and their families.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Direct provision of high quality, evidence informed clinical services including intake, assessment and referral, complex case management, and case coordination to a caseload of clients
  • Maintain clinical records, collating and analysing data from client records, and preparing reports as required to assist in evaluating and improving service delivery
  • Liaise and form partnerships involved in meeting the identified needs, in particular where there is a need for both acute care and longer-term rehabilitation of clients
  • Work systemically with key internal and external stakeholders to influence a recovery approach to service delivery within a stepped care model for vulnerable or at-risk clients communities and families
  • Participate in community development and service promotion activities as required
  • Contribute to the development and delivery of group programs as required
  • Participate in and contribute to ongoing learning and development activities and the maintenance of professional status
  • Participate in program evaluation and research activities, contribute to project management activities that implement strategic direction and quality improvement recommendations, and provide feedback for ongoing development of clinical policies and procedures, particularly in relation to case management development activities
  • Apply the principles of cooperative and safe work practices consistent with APS Values and the Department’s mission, vision, approach and values

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Qualifications as a registered Psychologist / Mental Health Occupational Therapist / Mental Health Registered Nurse with full AHPRA registration, OR
  • Qualification as a Social Worker eligible for membership of the Australian Association Social Workers (AASW) and be eligible to apply for Mental Health accreditation
  • Working with Children (WWC) and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance
  • Candidates must have extensive and relevant clinical and case management experience

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS5 Community & Peer Advisor

Web Ref: JA01082022-QLD

12 Month Contract with Possible Extension | Spring Hill, Maryborough and Broadbeach Locations | $54 Per Hour plus 10.5% Superannuation | Multiple Positions Available

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking experienced Community and Peer Advisors to join their team at the APS5 level. Within these roles, you will work collaboratively within a regional Community Engagement Team to provide direct support to the organisations clients.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide personalised peer support services
  • Where appropriate, share knowledge gained through one’s relevant lived experience and recovery to promote awareness, understanding and service improvement
  • Role model behaviours which promote mental health recovery and wellness for the purpose of client, community, and stakeholder education and engagement
  • Co-facilitate relevant group programs
  • Work effectively and cooperatively as a member of the Community Engagement Team
  • Represent the organisation and the peer workforce to strengthen the organisation’s public profile
  • Work with key internal and external stakeholders to influence a recovery approach to service delivery
  • Contribute to the development and maintenance of Clinical Practice and Governance policies and Accreditation
  • Participate in program evaluation and research activities, strategic direction and quality improvement, particularly in relation to community engagement activities
  • Support participative workplace practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct
  • Collaborate with Community and Peer Advisors and Community Engagement Coordinators both locally and nationally, including participating in and contributing to a peer work Community of Practice
  • Participate in regular supervision, training, case conferencing and case review meetings.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to respectfully and effectively utilise this experience to promote a recovery focused approach to support others
  • Willingness to undertake relevant training and professional development, including completion of certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work
  • Working with Children (WWC) and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance must be obtained prior to commencing in the position.
  • Experience in casework or other human services delivery is highly desirable

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

HR Advisor

Web Ref: AM2872022-ACT

6-month non-ongoing contract | $71,597 plus 15.4% superannuation | Possibility of Extension | Commence Immediately | Canberra Location | Baseline Security Clearance Required

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced HR Advisor. Within this role you will be responsible for the administration and processing of the fortnightly payroll for departmental staff and monthly payroll for Members, maintaining a variety of people records, policies and procedures, assisting with training preparation, assisting with recruitment and selection, drafting correspondence and other related people strategies work and projects.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide assistance and advice to internal and external stakeholders in relation to the department’s payroll processes and human resources policies and procedures.
  • Undertake payroll processing activities, check leave and salary variations for departmental staff.
  • Create and maintain
  • Assist with the administration and preparation for
  • Assist with the administration of recruitment and
  • Assist with other People Strategies work and

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Attention to detail, organisational and problem solving skills
  • The ability to work under pressure, set priorities and meet deadlines within a team environment
  • The ability to interpret and implement policy guidelines in relation to payroll
  • The ability to use a wide range of ICT Experience using Chris21 is highly desirable.
  • Baseline Security Clearance is Required for the role.

 

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with successful candidate holding a Baseline Australian Government security clearance and undergo other employment suitability checks.

APS4 Passport Case Officer

Web Ref: RCKP21072022-VIC

12-month contract | Possibility of Extension | Commence Immediately | Docklands Location | $42.15 per hour plus 10.5% superannuation | Multiple Positions Available

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking multiple Passport Case Officers to join their growing team at the APS4 level. Within this role you will provide assistance and guidance in the production and personalisation of documentation.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Identify, investigate and resolve moderately-complex to complex travel document eligibility and related issues.
  • Develop and maintain up to date knowledge of the document legalisation process and relevant international legal conventions to be able to make informed decisions
  • Travel document processing including decision-making and recommendations on the eligibility of applicants for an Australian Travel Document by providing appropriate determinations
  • Achieve accurate, timely and high-quality outcomes to contribute to the efficiency and effectiveness of the organisation
  • Liaise and collaborate with key internal and external stakeholders to keep abreast of developments related to the issue of Australian travel documents and other operational areas.
  • Facilitate the coordination of workflow, workload and resource allocation priorities as they relate to the eligibility of travel document tasks as well as provide assistance with face-to-face interviews of clients to enable travel and legalisation documents issuance.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Excellent customer service, stakeholder engagement and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrates high attention to detail
  • Can manage multiple tasks simultaneously to meet deadlines
  • Has the ability to interpretate policy and legislation to make relevant determinations regarding applications
  • Can work autonomously and within a team
  • Takes on a proactive and collaborative approach to problem solving

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Communication Officer

Web Ref: CS16052022-ACT

6 Month Contract with Possible Extension | Flexible Locations Available | $55.02 – $62.47 Per Hour plus 10% Superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Communication Officer at APS6 Level to join the team. Within this role you will assist in ensuring central services are aware, engaged, and utilised where appropriate.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide strategy and support on stakeholder engagement, communication, and media planning and delivery
  • Support the Minister’s Office on proactive and reactive media
  • Communicate and promote policies and programs
  • Progress communication, and engagement planning and execution
  • Brand management
  • Liaise with internal clients and external providers
  • Event management
  • Activity scheduling
  • Procurement functions

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Qualifications and/or experience in communication, event management or stakeholder engagement desirable
  • Experience using SharePoint or similar platform to develop internal web content is desirable
  • Baseline Security Clearance advantageous
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • The ability to write clear, accurate and succinct materials for different purposes

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service. This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with successful candidate holding or having the ability to obtain a Baseline security clearance and undergo other employment suitability checks.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment, and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

Data Analyst

Web Ref: JA27072022-ACT

12 Month Contract with Possible Extension | Canberra Location | Competitive Pay Rate Based on Experience | Baseline Security Clearance Required

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Data Analyst to join their team at an equivalent level of APS6/EL1. Within this role you will work closely with various stakeholders, business subject matter experts, technical architects, cloud engineers and developers as part of the project, to deliver the agreed project outcomes.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Be able to analyse and review datasets and prepare a current state analysis
  • Be proficient with using Excel to store and analyse data, including formulas and data manipulation
  • Develop and contribute to ongoing project reporting requirements
  • Perform qualitative and quantitative analysis as part of the design process
  • Develop and maintain relevant project and design documentation
  • Oversee and validate data and reports for consistency
  • Work with the data platform team to consume and implement recommended practices to ensure compliance of data and information management standards
  • Be able to apply judgement and critical thinking skills to problem solve
  • Have demonstrated government sector experience

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Experience and good working knowledge in the research and analysis of flat file and database datasets
  • Experience using and working with Microsoft Excel to analyse data and collate findings, including formulas, pivot tables and PowerQuery / PowerPivot
  • Experience in developing and maintaining relevant project and design documentation such as dataset catalogs, source to target mappings, use cases and conceptual data models
  • Proven ability to engage and work with a diverse range of stakeholders including working collaboratively as part of an agile, multidisciplinary team in government
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Relevant qualifications and demonstrated experience in information technology, data analysis, data management, or related fields would be highly regarded, including the ability to communicate data concepts to generalist audiences.
  • Experience with the Microsoft stack technologies, particularly Power BI Experience with Agile methodologies Experience with working in project teams delivering solutions using a data warehouse platform and processes
  • Experience in working within an Agile team is highly desirable
  • Experience working in an enterprise data warehouse is desirable

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service. This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with successful candidate holding a Baseline Australian Government security clearance and undergo other employment suitability checks.

APS6 Group Program Coordinator

Web Ref: CS08072022-ACT

12-month contract| Possibility of Extension | Commence Immediately | Canberra Location | $55 – $65 per hour plus 10.5% superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Group Program Coordinator to join their team at the APS6 level. Within this role you will  work in collaboration with the Assistant Director, Clinical Outreach and Groups and the clinical team to coordinate the provision of psychoeducational workshops and treatment groups by external providers to the clients and stakeholders.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Engagement with in-centre counsellors and Outreach Program counsellors to support promotion and delivery of group programs.
  • Provide regular emails to promote upcoming programs.
  • Engage community stakeholders, ex-service organisations, and contacts in collaboration with the community engagement team.
  • Liaise with the GP engagement/Practice Support teams of Primary Health Networks.
  • Deliver presentations on group programs and services to external stakeholders.
  • Attend National Peer Group Coordination Meetings.
  • Coordinate with the community engagement team as a point of contact for psycho educational workshops and treatment groups
  • Source appropriately qualified and experienced Group Program Facilitators and provide onboarding.
  • Undertake regular skills and competencies audits of group program workforce and adherence to group facilitator protocols.
  • Review intake assessments including assessment of suitability.
  • Review participant evaluation forms and address any concerns.
  • Manage concerns regarding participant suitability, wellbeing and special requirements.
  • Risk management of group program participants
  • Follow up non-attendance.
  • Manage the group / workshop intake queue and assignment of clients to groups or workshops.
  • Ensure clients at risk waiting for treatment programs have required support and coordinate with clinician and Assistant Director where required.
  • Brief and debrief Facilitators/Trainers as required.
  • Encourage uptake of online learning components of group treatment programs and reduce barriers.
  • Ensure that client risk processes are integrated within the group program and risk is reported back to Assistant Director Client Coordination and relevant clinicians involved.
  • Financial Management – Group FY Budget and Projections annually
  • Track costs to support budget expenditure and monitor group participation utilising tracking sheets provided.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Tertiary qualifications in teaching, training and facilitation, ideally within a mental health/community sector, OR
  • Qualifications as a registered Psychologist / Mental Health Occupational Therapist / Mental Health Registered Nurse with full AHPRA registration, OR
  • Qualification as a Social Worker eligible for membership of the Australian Association Social Workers (AASW) and be eligible to apply for Mental Health accreditation.
  • Working with Children (WWC) and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance
  • Knowledge of mental health programs
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Experience developing and maintaining key stakeholder relationships
  • Current drivers licence
  • Relevant management experience is desirable

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Clinical Care Coordinator position

Web Ref: CS06072022-NSW

12-month contract| Possibility of Extension | Commence Immediately | Lismore Location | $55 – $65 per hour plus 10.5% superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Clinical Care Coordinator position to join their team at the APS6 level. Within this role you will be working collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance the organisations ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk clients, current and their families.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Direct provision of high quality, evidence informed clinical services including intake, assessment and referral, complex case management, and case coordination to a caseload of clients
  • Maintain clinical records, collating and analysing data from client records, and preparing reports as required to assist in evaluating and improving service delivery.
  • Work systemically with key internal and external stakeholders to influence a recovery approach to service delivery within a stepped care model for vulnerable or at-risk clients and families, in accordance with policy and procedures.
  • Participate in community development and service promotion activities as required.
  • Contribute to the development and delivery of group programs as required.
  • Participate in and contribute to ongoing learning and development activities and the maintenance of professional status.
  • Participate in program evaluation and research activities, contribute to project management activities that implement strategic direction and quality improvement recommendations, and provide feedback for ongoing development of clinical policies and procedures, particularly in relation to case management development activities.
  • Apply the principles of cooperative and safe work practices consistent with APS Values and the Department’s mission, vision, approach and values.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Qualifications as a registered Psychologist / Mental Health Occupational Therapist / Mental Health Registered Nurse with full AHPRA registration, OR
  • Qualification as a Social Worker eligible for membership of the Australian Association Social Workers (AASW) and be eligible to apply for Mental Health accreditation.
  • Working with Children (WWC) and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance
  • Candidates must have extensive and relevant clinical and case management experience.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

Seeking Scribes

Web Ref: – LM13042022

Assignments will vary depending on client requirements | Vacancies Nationally | Hourly rates dependent on skills and experience

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government clients are currently seeking experienced scribes to assist in their team operations at all levels up to Senior Executive Service. You will be engaged as a scribe to support selection panels, provide expert advice and produce high quality reports.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Attend panel interviews take detailed minutes
  • Produce high quality interview reports
  • Provide HR advice and general support
  • Liaison with internal and external stakeholders
  • Conduct and report reference checks
  • Assist with recruitment processes as required

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated experience in scribing within Federal or State Government
  • Ability to be flexible with assignments
  • Ability to complete reports within a tight deadline
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Strong stakeholder management skills
  • Demonstrated disciplines within HR and or Recruitment is highly desirable but not essential

BENEFITS OF SCRIBING

  • A flexible schedule
  • Highly competitive hourly rates
  • Full support from a highly experienced team

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Must be an Australia citizen and be willing to undergo ID Verification Check.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

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