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Health Equity Program Manager

Organisation: Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service (CHQ HHS)
Location: South Brisbane

Children’s Health Queensland is taking a leadership role in ensuring that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people and their families have access to high quality health care which prioritises their cultural, emotional and spiritual needs.

In addition to providing strategic and systems level advice, the Manager Health Equity will work collaboratively with the Director of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement, the Division of Strategy, Planning, Improvement and Innovation and various leaders across CHQ to design, develop and implement Children’s Health Queensland’s first Health Equity Strategy.

The position will report to the Director of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement and work closely with the Strategy, Planning, Improvement and Innovation team to develop the Health Equity strategy.

For more information on this position, and details on how to apply please click here.

Applications close Friday 17 September 2021.

SEWB Worker, Prison Program (Identified)

Organisation: Apunipima
Location: FIFO from Cairns (Monday to Friday roster)

This position works with the Social and Emotional Wellbeing team to develop and implement prison support programs for male clients in correctional centres returning to the communities of Cape York. The role assists male youth and men with their reintegration back into community, by providing culturally appropriate support and advocacy.

For more information on this position, and details on how to apply please click here

Applications ongoing. 

Consumer Representative

Organisation: Metro North Hospital and Health Service
Location: Split between Microsoft Teams and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

Metro North Hospital and Health Service are seeking 4 consumers to provide a consumer or carer perspective for the SEED Co-Design Project Steering Committee.

The Project aims to develop a framework and resources to make it easier for consumers and staff to co-design health service improvements. Over the next 12 months, the project team will develop the framework, conduct workshops to generate ideas and seek feedback from consumers and staff, and develop the resources required to support co-design in Metro North.

For more information on this position, and to submit and EOI, please click here