Join our team!
The Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network employs individuals across a range of professions including health, administration, project management and leadership.
Our team of professionals is committed to building an effective primary health system to optimise the health of the local community and achieve measurable health outcomes. To achieve this we promote innovation and encourage our employees to use initiative to drive changes for our communities. We have a commitment to increasing the capability of our workforce through opportunities for learning and development and provide a flexible working environment.
As a not-for-profit, we also offer salary packaging to our employees, which can significantly increase your take-home pay. More information is available at www.salary.com.au
The Contract Manager will be responsible for the day to day management and monitoring of primary care contracts to ensure they achieve intended outcomes. Under the direction of the Portfolio Manager – Procurement and Contract Lead, this role will work as part of a team responsible for the commissioning of high quality services and programs to meet identified needs and the continuous improvement of contracting and procurement processes.
Base salary: $82,145.70 to $86,720.40 per annum plus superannuation
Applications close 21 July 2019. Contact Janelle Dufty: 02 6923 3180, email@example.com for further information.
Primary Care Engagement Officer – Western Sector Griffith
Working as part of a team, the Primary Care Engagement Officer is responsible for developing capability of general practice and other primary care sectors, and engaging with local communities across the sectors of Murrumbidgee PHN. The position is part-time (30 hours/week) and based in Griffith.
Base salary: $75,880.35 to $79,221.87 per annum plus superannuation
Applications close 29 July 2019. Contact Andrew Heap: 02 6923 3131, firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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