Durri Aboriginal Corporation Medical Service
- Commencing $51,910 per annum
- 9.5% superannuation; salary sacrifice; training and development; employee assistance program; uniform supplied by employer
The position of Administration Officer will contribute to supporting the improvement of the personal and environmental health, wellbeing, learning and development of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander children and their families by working with the Nurse Supervisor, Nurse Home Visitors and Family Partnership Workers in the implementation of the Australian Nurse Family Partnership Program (ANFPP).
The Administration Officer will provide administrative support to ensure the effective daily operation of the ANFP Program including maintenance of data systems, accurate and timely input of Program data, assistance with production of management reports and the sourcing and maintenance of Program resources.
The key objectives of the role include:
- Perform with limited supervision a broad range of administrative support functions including organising forms, photocopies, files, orders, program materials and educational handouts; and make reminder calls for visits as requested by the Nurse Supervisor, Nurse Home Visitor and Family Partnership Workers to assist with ANFP Program delivery and follow-up as required
- Monitor and manage administration systems to ensure effective storage, maintenance and operation of Program assets and resources for use by ANFP field staff as needed
- Develop knowledge and provide training to ANFP Program staff in the care and operation of Program resources and assets
- Participate in team meetings and data management activities
- Provide assistance to ANFP Program related families, clinical nurses, therapists and practitioners, including specialists, pharmacists and allied health as required to ensure clear communications and confidence in Program activities at all times
- Maintain accurate and confidential records and statistics of daily activities
- Input ANFP data in a timely and accurate manner into appropriate information systems, comply with or assist in the compilation of statistical information for program reports
- Complete general clerical functions such as sorting, and distributing mail; typing material from typed or handwritten copy; preparing correspondence, reports, taking minutes and other documents, etc.
- Make full use of computerised data entry equipment and various word processing, spreadsheet and file maintenance programs to enter, store and/or retrieve information as requested or necessary, and summarise data in preparation of standardised reports
- Where required, liaise with staff of Durri’s health and social health services, government and non-government agencies or other organisations in an appropriate manner that assists ANFP Program staff and client families
- Compile and catalogue a variety of community education resources, and, as delegated by the ANFP Nurse Supervisor, participate in community outreach activities such as preparing PowerPoint presentations, distributing program brochures, arranging meetings or meeting venues, retrieving client referrals, and associated tasks
- Gather and record statistical data relevant to measuring performance against agreed indicators and participate in review and evaluation activities
- Participate in meetings, supervision and performance reviews in accordance with organisational requirements
- Work within Durri’s Workplace Health and Safety requirements and instruction and advise of any concerns about safety in the workplace
- Contribute to quality management systems and continuous improvement processes
- Participate in organisational and community activities to advance the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- Other duties as required, within your skills, experience and capacity.
Durri Aboriginal Corporation Medical Service (Durri ACMS) is the preferred provider of crucial primary health care and associated services which address the wellbeing of the Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and wider communities of the Macleay Valley and Nambucca Valley regions.
Durri aims to be an employer of choice in Aboriginal health, supporting a skilled and flexible workforce.
Durri is a great place to work - a family friendly and culturally sensitive work environment that values people.
If you have a passion for indigenous health and are committed to closing the gap, then if you are successful in your application, we will welcome you to join our committed team of health professionals.