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IUIH and its members are constantly looking for healthcare workers, GP’s, allied health professionals, medical and health related students to fill short or long term vacancies within their growing operations.

Current job opportunities are listed below:

Aboriginal Health Worker

Casual Positions Available

About the Role?


We are looking for self-motivated Aboriginal Health Worker who is passionate about improving the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The successful candidate will provide high quality services including assessment, examination, treatment and case management, along with contributing to the development of models of holistic health incorporating continuity of care. As a part of IUIH ongoing growth and development, you will be joining a community-focused team.

  • Provide health screening for clients and families
  • Provide specialist screenings and assessments in line with the endorsed programs
  • Locations all over SEQ
  • Where barriers exist for clients and families in attending the clinic, provide services in the home or community in keeping with scope of practice, and in accordance with the IUIH Home Visiting Policy guidelines

Essentials:

  • Minimum Certificate III in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care or equivalent
  • Previous experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Excellent written and verbal communication style.
  • Ability working autonomously and in a team environment
  • Ability to travel throughout SEQ
  • Current C Class Drivers Licence (QLD)
  • Current Blue Card
  • Criminal History Check

Please submit your application via Seek

https://www.seek.com.au/job/41170610?type=standout#searchRequestToken=166c5ccb-1c0a-4480-8db2-4320f1d66c49

 

Care Coordinator ( Ongoing, Full Time position based Brisbane South)

APPLICATIONS CLOSE – 3.00pm Wednesday 8 April

About the Role?


As a Care Coordinator for the Care Connect team your aim will be to reduce the significant points of risk in a person’s journey through the health care system, in particular, at hospital entry and discharge, and in transit from primary care in and out of specialist, allied health and other services.

  • Work with relevant health care providers to identify more complex chronic disease clients requiring care coordination support 
  • Support designated health service providers and staff to implement referral systems and procedures that improve the quality of service provided to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, especially those with or at risk of a chronic disease
  • Personally coordinating as well as supporting specialist and allied health visits by referred client
  • Empower and foster independence through participation, and access to appropriate resources, opportunities and services within the community
  • Provide education and support to clients in understanding the role and value of specialist and allied health consultation and follow up

Essentials:

  • Current C Class Drivers Licence (QLD)
  • Current Blue Card
  • Current Criminal History Check
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • AHPRA Registered Nurse

 

Desirable, but not mandatory:

  • Experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families highly desirable

Please submit your application via Seek 

 

Care Coordinator (Fixed Term, Full Time position based in Brisbane North)

6 Month Contract Available APPLICATIONS CLOSE – 3.00pm Wednesday 8 April

About the Role?
As a Care Coordinator for the Care Connect team your aim will be to reduce the significant points of risk in a person’s journey through the health care system, in particular, at hospital entry and discharge, and in transit from primary care in and out of specialist, allied health and other services.

  • Work with relevant health care providers to identify more complex chronic disease clients requiring care coordination support
  • Support designated health service providers and staff to implement referral systems and procedures that improve the quality of service provided to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, especially those with or at risk of a chronic disease
  • Personally coordinating as well as supporting specialist and allied health visits by referred clients
  • Empower and foster independence through participation, and access to appropriate resources, opportunities and services within the community
  • Provide education and support to clients in understanding the role and value of specialist and allied health consultation and follow up


Essentials:

  • Current C Class Drivers Licence (QLD)
  • Current Blue Card
  • Current Criminal History Check
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • AHPRA Registered Nurse


Desirable, but not mandatory:

  • Experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families highly desirable

 

Please submit your application via Seek 

https://www.seek.com.au/job/41125275?type=standout#searchRequestToken=166c5ccb-1c0a-4480-8db2-4320f1d66c49

 

Clinic Nurse

Casual Positions Available

About the Role?

The position is responsible for specialist community and primary health nursing services that focuses on the prevention, early detection and management of health problems for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. As a member of a multi-disciplinary team ensure effective screening, service delivery and administration practices are delivered in accordance with the IUIH Model of Care.  The role will entail service delivery from designated primary clinic locations and outreach services, under limited supervision, as required.

  • Provide day to day health service activities to the designated communities
  • Provide effective first point of medical engagement including, triage assessments, taking of medical history/detail, assignment of patient, completion of preliminary procedures
  • Provide routine screening services to patients including blood pressures, blood sugar levels, temperatures, urine testing (routine and pregnancy tests), weight, length and head circumference (in children under three).
  • Assist with identifying families to engage with the specialised services offered at the Hub
  • Assist families transition and encourage continued to engagement with their local AMS
  • Treatment of wounds and other clinical procedures as directed by the doctor
  • Under limited supervision store, prepare and administer medication
  • Instruct client/care givers on how to take medication, the correct dosage, storage and security
  • Check dangerous drugs at least twice weekly and restock as necessary

About You:

Essentials

  • Current C Class Drivers Licence (QLD)
  • AHPRA Registration as a EN, EEN or RN
  • Current First Aid and CPR Certificates

Please submit your application via Seek

https://www.seek.com.au/job/41170771?type=standout#searchRequestToken=166c5ccb-1c0a-4480-8db2-4320f1d66c49

Medical Receptionist / Administrator

Casual Positions Available

About the Role?

The Medical Receptionist is responsible for provision of a high standard of customer service, effective and efficient administration of client appointments, client data and client claims processing; plus, the provision of general administrative support to the Clinic Team. The position will actively contribute to the achievement of the Clinics business objectives, including increased practice patient numbers, attendance rates and billings.

  • Adhere to practices to achieve high booking and attendance rates
  • Prepare for daily appointments by providing the client files and relevant materials
  • Prioritise patients when necessary and screen urgent phone calls
  • Confirm with patients follow up dates and next appointment dates
  • Coordinate patient registrations and maintain patient contact details
  • Provision of a high standard of customer service
  • Maintain medical documents and manage records
  • Maintain hygiene of waiting room
  • Attend to general enquiries
  • Keep reception desk tidy
  • Provide general admin support to the Clinic Team including, photocopying, compilation of materials/folders, preparation for program activities

 

Please submit your application via Seek

https://www.seek.com.au/job/41170888?type=standout#searchRequestToken=166c5ccb-1c0a-4480-8db2-4320f1d66c49

Nurse Supervisor ( Ongoing, Full Time position based in Brisbane North)

APPLICATIONS CLOSE – 3.00pm Friday 10 April 2020

About the Role?


As the Nurse Supervisor for our ANFPP team based in Strathpine, you will be responsible for the supervision and mentoring of the ANFPP team. You and your team will be working with local eligible women and their families by utilising strength-based and culturally safe client-centered program aimed to support women for the first 2 years of their child. 

  • Ability to build strong and long-lasting relationships with clients and their families
  • Provide supportive and dynamic leadership to the ANFPP team
  • Ensure service delivery is culturally appropriate for our home visits that maintains alignment with the client centred principles including modelling therapeutic relationships, change theory, self-efficacy, client centred, strength based and solution focused approaches
  • Manage and assigned the teams case-loads and maintain quality records are up to date
  • Co-ordinates community engagement activities and promotes the implementation of the ANFPP within the local community to support the development of client referral pathways.

About You?

Essentials:

  • Minimum five years’ post graduate experience in nursing/midwifery/child health
  • Demonstrates knowledge of nursing processes and clinical expertise
  • Strong capabilities of strength-based model- engage in mutual goal setting, use problem-solving techniques and negotiation skills in accordance with motivational interviewing, behaviour change theory and utilise strong advocacy and teaching skills
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with and work collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary team and to contribute to the development of creative and innovation services.
  • Tertiary qualification of Bachelor of Nursing and/or Midwifery with a current AHPRA registration
  • Current Drivers licence

Desirable, but not mandatory:

  • Previous experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and /or communities

Please submit your application via Seek

https://www.seek.com.au/job/41168949?type=standout#searchRequestToken=166c5ccb-1c0a-4480-8db2-4320f1d66c49

Occupational Therapist (Ongoing Full Time position based in Windsor)

APPLICATIONS CLOSE – 3.00pm Friday 10 April 2020

About the Role?


An opportunity for an experienced Occupational Therapist to join the IUIH high performing team. Within this role, you will be providing individualised and/ or group programs designed to support individuals through developmental programs and OT interventions as needed.

  • Demonstrated skill in working in a primary care setting with the ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team with a sound understanding of your role in the cycle of care for a client
  • Strong knowledge and experience of health related issues affecting the indigenous communities with a strong commitment to improving health outcomes
  • Commitment to the philosophy and practice of Aboriginal Community Control
  • Liaising with external providers and Queensland Health regarding services available and referral pathways


Essentials:

  • Open to experienced Occupational therapist and recent graduates
  • Willingness to travel across the Brisbane region?
  • Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail and self-starter capabilities
  • Current C Class Driver’s Licence (QLD)
  • Relevant degree in Occupational Therapy
  • APHRA Registration
  • Current First Aid and CPR


Desirable, but not mandatory:

  • Previous experience working sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Please submit your application via Seek

https://www.seek.com.au/job/41161964?type=standout#searchRequestToken=166c5ccb-1c0a-4480-8db2-4320f1d66c49