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Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council

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Established in 1990, our vision is the elimination of disparities in health and well being experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Queensland. QAIHC contributes to this vision by leading the development of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Sector in Queensland through evidence based, practical public policy solutions.

Accountant 

Closes on 24 November 2019 (Midnight)

The Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC) is offering an opportunity to join a leadership organisation in a position where you will be supporting the operations of the  Finance Team.

Reporting to the Finance Manager, the Accountant will be responsible for undertaking work for QAIHC and our Members to achieve their business and finance goals in conjunction with maintaining legal and taxation compliance.

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Accreditation Support Officer

Closes on 24 November 2019 (Midnight)

The role of the Accreditation Support Officer is to provide high quality support to the Senior Accreditation Specialist in the areas of Continuous Quality Improvement, Clinical accreditation, ISO standards, WHS legislation and the Human Services Quality Framework. The Support Officer is not expected to be an expert in these areas, but to support at an administrative level and develop the skills necessary to follow any of these paths as a career in the future.

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Health Programs Manager 

Closes on 1 December 2019 (Midnight)

The Health Programs Manager has responsibility for the operational coordination and delivery of health programs and initiatives related to continuous quality improvement, cultural education, workforce development, Medicare, training and development, and some health specific programs including hearing health, immunisation and diabetes.

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Maternity Services Integration Project - Senior Project Officer

Closes on 1 December 2019 (Midnight) 

The Maternity Services Integration Project (MSIP) is a Queensland Health funded pilot project aimed to enhance the delivery of maternity services to mothers birthing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander babies across Queensland. This role will support the project by:

  • Facilitating the development and implementation of site-based projects to timeframes;
  • Developing written progress reports, minutes, newsletter content and stakeholder correspondence;
  • Developing and managing stakeholder relationships, and facilitating collaborative partnerships between services, including coordination and facilitation of meetings; and
  • Developing and distributing resources in consultation with stakeholders.

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If you'd like to be considered for future positions available at QAIHC, please send your resume to applications@qaihc.com.au.