Wellington Aboriginal Corporation Health Service - MT DRUITT
LOCATION FOR THIS POSITION
Greater Western Aboriginal Health Service (Mt Druitt)
TYPE OF EMPLOYMENT
Full time (Monday to Friday 8:30 am 5:00 pm)
IS IT AN ABORIGINAL OR TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER IDENTIFIED POSITION
- Previous high level experience in an admin / secretary role which includes managing the day to day operation of the reception / administration.
- Ability to oversee and provide direction and support staff in the operations of a demanding client focused work environment
- Good understand of AGPAL and accreditation requirements
- Sound knowledge of Medicare requirements and MBS billing system.
- Excellent communication skills, able to make sound decisions with staff and staff matters
- High level computer skills including experience with patient appointment programs and patient information recall systems
- Excellent communication skills including the ability to communicate with local Aboriginal people
- Knowledge and understanding of the issues that impact on Aboriginal people and Aboriginal communities
- Working with Children and Criminal Record check clearances and a current NSW Drivers License
- Experience in a health related reception role
- Qualification in Office Administration or a similar field
ABOUT THE POSITION
We are looking for a qualified and experienced Administration Coordinator to join our multidisciplinary teams in order to meet our growing demand.
Wellington Aboriginal Corporation Health Service (WACHS) aims to empower targeted Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to take control of their individual, family and community health and wellbeing needs through the community-controlled model. Our main services are located in Wellington, Dubbo, Moree, Western Sydney, Penrith, Nepean Blue Mountains, and we provide outreach services to other towns and communities through our regional programs
We are an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service offering Primary Health Care Services and an Integrated Care program, as well as a number of specialist clinical staff and AHWs, a Specialist Programs Unit incorporating Social & Emotional Wellbeing, Child & Family Support, Drug & Alcohol, Aboriginal Family Health, Aboriginal Local Support, a Healthy for Life (H4L) Program, Maternal & Child Health Worker, Aboriginal Health Workers, Youth Health Worker and Dietitian targeting Maternal & Child Health and Chronic Diseases, regional programs including Australian Nurse Family Partnership Program, Aboriginal Childrens Therapy Team, Tackling Indigenous Smoking Program. Our staff are supported by an Executive Management Team located across our service areas.
5pm, Friday 31st July 2020