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Expression of Interests

Expressions of Interest can be submitted here and you can find our Expression of Interest Form here.

Your EOI should include a Cover Letter outlining your interests, experience and qualifications. As well as an updated Resume. 

Recruitment updates 

Please note that due to current environment relating to COVID-19, recruitment has been put on-hold for the following positions:

  • Education Resource Officer 

  • Mental Health Royal Commission Project Coordinator.

We appreciate your understanding and patience during this challenging time. We look forward to continue recruiting for these position in the next couple weeks.

Can't find what you're looking for? Check out employment opportunities to work with our Members and Associate members here.

 

Thank you for your interest in joining the team at VACCHO. We are currently recruiting for the following positions.

 

Digital Health Engagement Officer

VACCHO is looking for a Digital Health Engagement Officer to join their Population Health and Sector Development Unit.

The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) is the peak body for Aboriginal health and wellbeing in the State of Victoria. VACCHO provides leadership in community control and health equality for Aboriginal organisations and communities. We are a centre of expertise, policy advice, training, and innovation in Aboriginal health. VACCHO advocates for the health equality and optimum health of all Aboriginal people in Victoria.

The role will require engagement with, and support of, the Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation(s) (ACCO) primary healthcare sector to develop strategies aimed at improving patient outcomes through provision of clinical and coordinated care through digital health technologies, such as:

  • Telehealth
  • Secure Messaging
  • ePrescriptions
  • My Health Record

 

The Digital Health Engagement Officer will contribute to the adoption, by member organisations, of the Digital Health technologies. The Digital Health Engagement Officer will work closely with all VACCHO Member ACCOs, and VACCHO staff who have a shared portfolio.

The role will be the lead contact for queries relating to the priority digital technologies and will ensure support is provided in a timely manner; defects and expected downtime are communicated to ACCOs and system enhancements requests are identified and communicated to service providers.

In addition to the above, the Digital Health Engagement Officer  will work in collaboration with key stakeholders and partners to support the ACCOs with pilot projects to develop best practice models for service delivery via telehealth. This will require consultation with both ACCOs and other service providers across the sector that currently provide this service.

If this sounds like you, please apply HERE with your resume and cover letter detailing why you believe this is the role for you by 21st May 2021. The position description for this role can be downloaded HERE

 

Cancer Strategy Coordinator

The Aboriginal Cancer Screening Strategy is a key part of VACCHO’s approach to the cancer journey, and activities from this will be embedded in to a whole of life approach to cancer. The broader vision acknowledges that there are inequities for Aboriginal Victorians cancer pathway from prevention, screening, and early detection, to treatment, palliative care, and survivorship.

As the Cancer Strategy Co-Ordinator, a key focus will be to maintain a steadfast commitment to Aboriginal culture and self-determination and the philosophy of Aboriginal Community Control, while providing leadership in working with VACCHO members and other stakeholders to achieve gains in Aboriginal health and wellbeing.

A key highlight in your role will incorporate further development, manage and co-ordinate a culturally safe, evidence-based, best practice Cancer screening strategy that evaluates innovative programs to improve outcomes for Aboriginal Victorians. While implementing a strong focus on increasing cancer screening participation for the three priority cancers; breast, bowel and cervical, you will strategize conclusions on how to improve cancer outcomes, decreasing incidence of cervical cancer in Aboriginal women & decreasing incidence of colorectal cancer in Aboriginal Victorians.

To be successful in this rewarding role, you will need:

  • Knowledge and understanding of, or the ability to acquire knowledge of the issues affecting the health of Aboriginal Australians (particularly in relation to Health Promotion)
  • An understanding and ability to articulate Aboriginal self-determination, community advancement and capacity building, as well as to a high quality of service delivery and organisational excellence
  • High level strategic, written, communication, influencing and liaison and negotiation skills
  • Demonstrated experience in leadership including supervision, and managing individual key performance indicators
  • Displays initiative and can-do attitude in a sensitive, collaborative, respectful manner with ability to listen to prioritise and develop key relationships
    • Strong organisational and planning skills, including effective time and workload management
    • Demonstrated excellent emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills to develop, maintain and enhance relationships, facilitate consultation, and highly developed influencing and negotiation skills to gain co-operation of others in achievement of objectives
    • High level written, administrative and ICT skills to prepare reports, submissions and general correspondence including translation and analysis of data
    • Ability to identify and analyse problems, establish appropriate solutions and recommendations using analytical and conceptual skills

Desirable

  • Identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
  • A qualification (or equivalent experience) in health related field (e.g. Public Health)
  • Experience in the health and wellbeing sector or the not-for profit sector

 

If this sounds like you, please apply HERE with your resume and cover letter detailing why you believe this is the role for you by 30th May 2021. The position description for this role can be downloaded HERE

 

Senior Executive Officer to the CEO 

This is an Aboriginal Designated Position, classified under 'special measures' of section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. Only Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply

The Senior Executive Officer to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will need to provide high level support in a fast-paced environment with a need for judgment, supporting a high performing executive who is leading change in Victoria. You will manage mostly business-related tasks for the team such as diary and email management, creating reports, organising travel and accommodation, and other organisational tasks. To do this role properly you should have a detailed understanding of the full Microsoft Office Suite, be extremely fast at solving problems and have experience as a senior executive assistant in the past.


Key responsibilities of this will be providing high level executive support to the CEO and ensuring smooth running of the office of the CEO. The successful candidate will also need to provide leadership, direction and supervision to the Office of the CEO staff which includes Executive Assistant to the Executive Directors and Trainee Executive Assistant to the Executive Directors. Other key responsibilities for this role include, organizing speaking engagements, speaking notes, high level administrative support for both the CEO and the Board of Directors, preparing financial statements, reports, memos and other documents.


To be successful you will need:

• Identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
• Demonstrated understanding and commitment to Victorian Aboriginal culture and the concept and practice of Aboriginal community control.
• Demonstrated ability to work with Aboriginal organisations, communities and individuals in culturally appropriate ways.
• Proven experience as a high level executive assistant over 5 years
• A proactive approach to problem-solving with strong decision-making skills.
• Professional level verbal and written communications skills.
• Exceptional organisational skills with a passion for planning, organising and prioritising administrative tasks and systems, including managing competing tasks rapidly and ensuring deadlines are met under pressure.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to establish friendly and professional rapport with a complex range of stakeholders, including Board members, organisational and individual members, senior levels of government, pro bono professional support, corporate partners, and members of the public with sensitivity and diplomacy.
• Capacity to represent the CEOs office, model behaviours in keeping with VACCHOs values and to maintain discretion and confidentiality.
• A demonstrated capacity to support the governance needs of a not for profit organization and to provide excellent support to the Board of Directors.
• Self-motivated, and demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision as well as in a team to achieve outcomes.

 

If this sounds like you, please apply HERE with your resume and cover letter detailing why you believe this is the role for you by 7th May  2021. The position description for this role can be downloaded HERE

 

 

Executive Assistant to Executive Directors 

This is an Aboriginal Designated Position, classified under 'special measures' of section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. Only Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply

The Executive Assistant to the Executive Directors will provide administrative support as well as a broad range of tasks to the organisations Executive Directors and will directly report to the Senior Executive Officer to the CEO and will work with them to support the CEO, Board of Directors and the Senior Leadership Team as required.

Key responsibilities of the Executive Assistant to the Executive Directors will be to provide proactive support on all aspects of the role through effective forward planning and preparation while ensuring all reporting requirements are being met by proactively planning and communicating these to the Executive Directors and the CEO. Another major component of this role will be providing diary management, arranging meetings, booking venues for meetings, coordination of travel and accommodation & coordination of all correspondence in and out of Executive Directors Office, providing administrative support to the CEO.

The Executive Assistant to the Executive Directors will also be responsible for guiding, teaching, and managing the Trainee Executive Assistant to the Executive Directors and both will report to the Senior Executive Officer to the CEO.

To be successful in this role, you will need: 

  • Identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
  • Demonstrated understanding and commitment to Victorian Aboriginal culture and the concept and practice of Aboriginal community control.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with Aboriginal organisations, communities and individuals in culturally appropriate ways.
  • Experience as a Personal/Executive Assistant at Senior Management level include diary management, minute taking, document preparation, organizing travel and accommodation, meetings.
  • High level organisational and time management skills including the ability to plan, juggle priorities and working to deadlines.
  • Capacity to represent the CEOs office, model behaviors in keeping with VACCHOs values and to maintain discretion and confidentiality.
  • Well-developed written communication skills including an ability to prepare quality documents, including general correspondence, reports and meeting minutes.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

 

If this sounds like you, please apply HERE with your resume and cover letter detailing why you believe this is the role for you by 7th May  2021. The position description for this role can be downloaded HERE

 

Trainee Executive Assistant to Executive Directors 

This is an Aboriginal Designated Position, classified under 'special measures' of section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. Only Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply

The Trainee Executive Assistant will work with the Executive Assistant to the Executive Directors in supporting the four Executive Directors of VACCHO and will report to the Senior Executive Officer to the CEO.

Key responsibilities for this Trainee position is providing proactive support to the Executive Assistant to the Executive Directors and Senior Executive Officer to the CEO in their duties in diary management, meeting arrangements & coordination of travel and accommodation. Other key elements of this role with include supporting correspondence in and out of the Executive Directors Offices, schedule, arrange and prepare documentation and provide secretarial support for Executive Team.

VACCHO also fosters a team-based approach to organisational wide events such as Community Events, Internal NAIDOC Committees, forums, state-wide meetings, and in-services this role can assist on behalf of the executive and learn a lot of new skills and meet and work with a diverse range of people. 

To be successful, you will need:

  • Identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
  • Demonstrated understanding and commitment to Victorian Aboriginal culture and the concept and practice of Aboriginal community control.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with Aboriginal organisations, communities and individuals in culturally appropriate ways.
  • Desire to learn all aspects of being a Personal/Executive Assistant at Senior Management level include diary management, minute taking, document preparation, organizing travel and accommodation, meetings.
  • High level organisational and time management skills including the ability to plan, juggle priorities and working to deadlines.
  • Excellent people skills including demonstrate capacity to manage a complex array of stakeholders with sensitively and diplomacy.
  • Capacity to represent the CEOs office, model behaviors in keeping with VACCHOs values and to maintain discretion and confidentiality.
  • Well-developed written communication skills including an ability to prepare quality documents, including general correspondence, reports and meeting minutes.
  • Self-motivated, and demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision as well as in a team to achieve outcomes.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

If this sounds like you, please apply HERE with your resume and cover letter detailing why you believe this is the role for you by 7th May  2021. The position description for this role can be downloaded HERE