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Rural Programs Coordinator

Part-Time, 3 years

Women’s Health Victoria (WHV) runs the BreaCan service that is a statewide gynaecological and breast cancer support and information service. The service aims to empower women to make informed choices about their care and treatment, to support them to live well.

The role:
This is a new role within the BreaCan team focusing on extending the reach of BreaCan’s services to all women, their friends and families affected by a gynaecological or breast cancer across Victoria. You will be a highly motivated and energetic person with great experience in working collaboratively and developing partnerships and networks with health professionals and women in health settings. You will have a well-developed understanding of the issues women and service providers living in rural and regional areas of Victoria.

Qualifications:
Tertiary qualification in Health / Health Science / Public Health / Social Science or related course.

Key Selection Criteria:

This position is part-time working 5 days per fortnight for 3 years. For further information, please refer to the position description provided.

To apply for this position:
Details on how to apply for this position can be found on page 4 of the position description.

Download the Position Description (PDF 75 KB) here.

Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 8th September 2016.

WHV EO Exemption No. H102/2014


Digital Resources Coordinator

Part-Time, 12 months

Women’s Health Victoria (WHV) runs the BreaCan service that is a statewide gynaecological and breast cancer support and information service. The service aims to empower women to make informed choices about their care and treatment, to support them to live well.

The role:
This new part time position will develop and support the expansion of digital technologies within a small and dedicated team. You will be enthusiastic and experienced in the development and use of digital marketing to enhance service reach and engage with health professionals and the women who use BreaCan. You will also be familiar with working in the not for profit sector and be committed to enhancing service delivery and access to information and support for women with a gynaecological or breast cancer, across Victoria.

Qualifications:
Tertiary qualifications in Commerce / Business / Marketing or related field.

Key Selection Criteria:

This position is part-time working 5 days per fortnight for 12 months. For further information, please refer to the position description.

To apply for this position:
Details on how to apply for this position can be found on page 4 of the position description.

Download the Position Description (PDF 75 KB) here.

Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 8th September 2016.

WHV EO Exemption No. H102/2014


BreaCan Manager

Full-Time, Permanent

BreaCan is a statewide gynaecological and breast cancer support and information service. As an integral part of Women’s Health Victoria (WHV) the service aims to empower women to make informed choices about their care and treatment and to support them to live well. Services currently consist of a central city based resource centre and programs and activities delivered in a range of locations including acute and community settings.

The BreaCan Manager reports to the Executive Director of Women’s Health Victoria and the team includes seven staff who work alongside 60 trained peer support volunteers who have personally experienced breast or gynaecological cancer.

WHV is seeking a dynamic and committed woman to provide leadership through a significant organisational change process which includes service redevelopment with a focus on innovation and extending the services reach. This is an exciting opportunity for a high calibre manager to influence and guide this process and to position the service for the future.

You will have a good knowledge of the health (cancer) sector and ideally have existing relationships within acute, community and government agencies. You have a strong commitment to consumer participation and empowerment of women to actively participate in their care and wellbeing. You are an experienced leader as well as a strategic and creative thinker who is willing to explore innovative approaches and opportunities for growth.

You are highly organised, have a track record in attracting resources and managing multiple projects. Your interpersonal skills are highly developed and you easily build respectful relationships with volunteers and colleagues. You have a good awareness of self and others in the workplace, and what enhances a dynamic and collaborative culture.

As a member of the WHV Executive team, you will contribute to organisational capacity and have an opportunity to make a real difference to the health outcomes of women across the State.

This position is permanent full-time. WHV is an organisation that offers a supportive culture, ongoing professional development, and excellent salary packaging benefits.

To apply strictly follow the instructions written on page 5 of the Position Description.

Download the Position Description (PDF 94 KB) here.

Applications close at 12pm Thursday 25th August 2016.

WHV Equal Opportunity Exemption No. H102/2014


WHV Facilitator Pool

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Content Reviewed: 08 August 2016
Last Updated: 08 August 2016