: Temporary Full TimePosition Classification
: Health Mgr Lvl 2Remuneration
: $95,426 - $113,183 per annumHours Per Week
: 38Requisition ID
: REQ107858Applications Close:
Wednesday 29 May 2019
What you'll be doing
This positions will coordinate, plan and liaise with internal and external stakeholders to assist in the delivery of the learning and development programs and associated activities to improve the wellbeing and organisational capability of employees. The role will work with the Manager, Learning & Development to assist in the implementation of strategic options to support the organisation through cultural change and other initiatives and to strengthen staff support. The Coordinator, Learning & Development Programs will be required to communicate, negotiate, recommend and provide advice for planning of logistical issues to operational units and corporate units to ensure efficient and effective programs are staffed and run, to ensure all staff attend within the specified program running time.
This is a temporary full time position for a period of up to approximately 18 months with possible extension. Expected start date is as soon as possible.
Total remuneration package valued at $125,453pa (including salary $95,426pa to $113,183pa, annual leave loading and employers’ contribution to superannuation). Salary packaging arrangements providing additional benefits are also available.
The location of this role is State Headquarters, Rozelle.
The successful applicant will be appointed under the terms and conditions of the Health Managers (State) Award and will be required to enter into the annual Performance Development Program.
The successful applicant may be required to undertake duties at the other centres should the need arise.
Appointment to this position is subject to a satisfactory conduct and services check, which includes referee/supervisor check, a review of National Police Check and review of Service Check Register. A review of sick leave, ability to undertake full duties of the position and clearance from Professional Conduct & Integrity will be conducted for employees of NSW Health and NSW Ambulance.
NSW Ambulance employees subject to an ECP or ICP consolidation period are ineligible to apply for this position.
Completion of NSW Health Mandatory Training courses is a mandatory requirement for all NSW Health and NSW Ambulance employees applying for this position.
Applicants must address the selection criteria, attaching any associated documents together with their resume. Candidates who do not address the selection criteria will not proceed through the selection process.
An eligibility list may be established for future vacancies.
It is a requirement that all candidates submit their applications online via the Recruitment and On-Boarding system. No paper based or email applications will be accepted.
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For role related queries or questions contact Tricia Mawson on Tricia.Mawson@health.nsw.gov.au or 0409 272 293.
Reporting to the Manager Learning & Development you will meet the following selection criteria:
- Proven knowledge of NSW Ambulance relevant legislation, clinical policies, practices and protocols together with extensive knowledge in the application of the Operational Ambulance Officers (State) Award in relation to operational and workforce requirements. A knowledge and understanding of the geographical issues and limitations that affect rostering/relief capabilities in a rural setting.
- Excellent administrative, computer, organisational, problem solving and decision making skills and the ability to meet competing demands in a high volume work environment.
- Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and the ability to liaise with a range of people internal and external to NSW Ambulance.
- Experience in the analysis, interpretation and reporting of management information and data along with well-developed problem solving, analytical and decision making skills.
- Ability to contribute to the development and implementation of financial, human resource and operational policies, procedures and programs.
- The ability to work independently and as part of a team with proven team building, relationship building and networking skills that promote a respectful workplace.
- Demonstrated people management skills, including providing staff support, staff development, performance management and the early identification of unacceptable workplace behaviours and taking appropriate action such as investigation, resolution and monitoring of harassment and bullying, grievance issues and conflict resolution.
- Ability to plan, prioritise, and report against key performance indicators, oversight the conduct of audits.
It is the responsibility of all staff to report and respond appropriately to any instances or perceptions of bullying. Managers are required to implement actions that either prevent or minimise the risk of unacceptable behaviours, ensuring unacceptable behaviours such as bullying, harassment and victimisation are identified as early as possible and responded to and effectively managed.
NSW Ambulance is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from women, Aboriginal people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, refugees, people of diverse genders and sexuality, and people with disability.
If you are an Aboriginal person and wish to obtain more information about applying for a role within NSW Ambulance, please contact our Aboriginal Employment Coordinator, Callista Bryan, on (02) 9320 7644or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to discuss any accessibility requirements in relation to your application, please contact our Diversity and Culture Advisor, Joe Wasuruj, on (02) 9320 7339 or email@example.com.
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