Title: Junction Youth Health Service – Senior Coordinator
Enterprise Agreement: Community Sector Multiple Enterprise Agreement 2009
Classification: Community Service Worker Level 7
Usual hours of work: Full time
The position’s primary purpose is to ensure the smooth running of Junction Youth Health Service (JYHS); an accredited general practice delivering
quality primary health care to vulnerable young people The JYHS Program Senior Coordinator works closely with the Clinical Advisor who provides
governance and clinical oversite.
· Co-ordinates the day to day running of the clinical services
· Supports the contracted Clinical staff with rosters, administration requirements
· Supervises reception and nursing staff, including payroll, timesheets, leave requests and rosters
· Coordination of staff recruitment processes
· Ensures the service continues to meet accreditation requirements
· Oversees the establishment and operation of the mobile clinic (outreach service)
· Ensures all service policy and procedures are reviewed annual and if required amended and in line with organisation wide policy and
· Ensures the services data collection, planning and reporting is undertaken on a regular basis - as required
· Maintain partnerships with other relevant government and non-government agencies, representing JYHS on various committees and meetings as agreed with by the Clinical Advisor.
· Oversee the Junction’s PRODA system and Medicare reporting -including processing clinic invoices
· Supervise clinical stock ordering and maintenance of clinical resources and equipment by the Registered Nurse
· Participate in the evaluation of programs and service delivery, including program planning and reports for ACT Health with input from the Youth Worker coordinator and Clinical Advisor.
· In addition to these responsibilities and duties, you may be expected to undertake other reasonable responsibilities and duties as required and assigned by the Youth, Family and Health Services Manager
Values, Sanctuary and Culturally Inclusive Practice
· Commit to training in the trauma informed Sanctuary Model and implementing this model of care in day to day work with young people and all members of their Care Team
· Work in alignment with the Sanctuary Model Pillars, Anglicare’s Values, and Anglicare’s Code of Conduct
Communicates clearly and accurately – listens to and understands the views of others.
Uses Anglicare values in decision making processes and displays commitment to the achievement of the mission and the Strategic Plan.
Uses appropriate interpersonal styles and methods to guide individuals or groups towards achieving results.
Identifies and accomplishes challenging objectives by doing whatever is necessary to achieve the goal.
Registered nurse with AHPRA with management experience
Previous experience as Practice Manager of a Primary Care or other Health service
Desirable skills and experience:
· Diploma Practice Management
· Demonstrated organisational and planning skills
· High-level verbal and written communication skills
· Ability to manage a multidisciplinary team
· Previous experience in General Practice Accreditation processes · Minimum of 2 years’ management experience
· Knowledge of the needs of vulnerable young people and their families
· Person centred program delivery
· First Aid Certificate and CPR
· Drivers Licence
· Working With Vulnerable People Card or Current registration with AHPRA
Manager of Youth, Family and Health Services
Contact: Sarah Murdoch