Senior Project Officer - Deadly Start School Based Traineeship Program (Identified) — Brisbane, Brisbane Region

Under s25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991, there is a genuine occupational requirement for the incumbent to be Indigenous to the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Community. About the role Temporary full time opportunity to lead the delivery and ongoing redesign of the Deadly Start program foundations to support the delivery of safe, consistent and culturally grounded student and family engagement. The role is also responsible for providing high level liaison and coordination of program deliverables across the education sector and clinical and support areas and other key stakeholders. About you Our ideal candidate will be someone who can carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North Health's values: Provide leadership and advocate for continual improvement opportunities, including new training strategies and strategic change for the deadly start program. Deliver presentations to senior managers, supervisors, and staff to influence positive culture and organisational change and workforce development. Be able to consult with and influence senior managers, supervisors and staff on matters relating to the Deadly Start program and change activities to support program deliverables. Consistently meet tight deadlines and deliver high-quality work with a focus on detail. Health Equity It is expected that all Metro North Health staff, including the incumbent of this role as a valuable member of the Metro North workforce, contribute to the health equity agenda and meet the intent of supporting the defined six actions that specifically meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHS), by actively supporting the elimination of racial discrimination and institutional racism; supporting increased access to health care; influencing the social, cultural and economic determinants of health; supporting the delivery of sustainable, culturally safe and responsive health services; and recognise the importance of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to design, deliver, monitor and review the health and support services we provide. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: Job ad reference number: MN566721. Close date: Wednesday, 5 June 2024. Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

Applications close Sunday, 23 June 2024
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