Looking for staff, renting a room or need to sell some medical equipment? North Coast Primary Health Network runs free classified adverts for North Coast health professionals.

This page is promoted through our fortnightly newsletters and social media channels.

Please note that we only advertise classifieds for the North Coast NSW region (Tweed Heads to Port Macquarie).

  • Clarence Valley
  • Hastings Macleay
  • Mid North Coast
  • Northern Rivers
  • Tweed Valley

Clarence Valley

Independent Board Member – North Coast NSW New Expires: 12/10/2020

Healthy North Coast (HNC) is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee incorporated by the Corporations Act and is endorsed as a health promotion charity.  It is one of 31 Primary Health Networks funded by the Commonwealth Government throughout Australia and is therefore primarily funded by the Australian Government. The organisation is committed to improving the health of North Coast communities.  We work alongside local health care professionals, social services and hospitals to achieve this goal.

Placing the patient experience and wellbeing at the centre of everything they do, Healthy North Coast recognise that strong, mutually respectful partnerships with service providers ensures the delivery of efficient, high quality services to those most at risk of poor health, as well as keeping communities informed about healthcare resources and education around self-care.

About the Opportunity 

As a Director of HNC, you will play a critical role alongside other non-executive directors and the Executive Team, in the strategic leadership of the company.

  • Healthy North Coast seeks to appoint 4 non-executive directors. These opportunities are available because of the retirement and completed terms of office of existing board members. The successful applicants will hold the positions for a period of three years (with the ability to apply for an additional 2 x 3yr terms), excepting the position available due to retirement, which is a 2-year term.
  • The board meets approximately ten times annually via both videoconference and face-to-face, including two all-day planning and professional development days. In addition to board meetings, it is expected that the new directors will make a contribution to one or more sub-committees of the board.
  • Direct experience in the health sector is not essential, although a passion for the health and well-being of the north coast community would be expected.

For more information, the Healthy North Coast Ltd Board Charter is available on request

About You

Healthy North Coast is looking for experienced and highly strategic leaders whose skills will complement those of existing board members. Critically, skill sets which will be regarded most highly include:

  • Candidates with demonstrated experience in the governance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations.
  • Finance and Business Management.
  • Information Technology/Digital Health.
  • Demonstrated networks both geographically but also in key commissioning domains.

Competencies and skills which are considered fundamental to the role are covered below:

  • Director’s responsibilities – Knowledge of the role of a director including an understanding of the legal, ethical, fiduciary and financial responsibilities.
  • Strategic expertise – the ability to think strategically as demonstrated through the ability to develop corporate strategy, review the strategy through constructive questioning and suggestion and contribute to the effective strategic decision making of the board.
  • Risk Management – experience in identifying and managing areas of major risk to the organisation including demonstrated ability to identify strategies to address potential and actual crises.
  • Financial Acumen – the ability to read and comprehend the company’s accounts, financial material presented to the board, financial reporting requirements and some understanding of corporate finance.
  • Corporate Governance: Understanding of the concept including the system of rules, practices, and processes by which a company is directed and controlled. This includes demonstrated ability to balance the interests of a company’s many stakeholders, such as shareholders, senior management executives, customers, suppliers, financiers, the government, and the community.
  • Negotiation Skills: the ability to articulately negotiate to a mutually acceptable conclusion which is to the benefit of the whole company. A director must work well in a group, listen well, be tactful yet able to communicate in a cogent and candid manner.
  • Leadership and integrity: Demonstrated ability to provide ethical and inclusive leadership including putting the organisation’s interests before personal interests.
  • Innovative thinking: the ability to identify and be open to new ideas or approaches.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Mindset: The ability to think and see the value of diversity and inclusion in all situations with the emotional intelligence to understand different points of view, take them into consideration and ensure all decisions and actions are mindful of these principles.
  • Business Acumen: Demonstrated commercial judgement and instinct – the ability to understand the business complexities of the company.

About the Benefits

This is a unique opportunity to play a key leadership role with an organisation that’s genuinely passionate about making change and innovating. Directors are paid a modest stipend including a portion for professional development, and economy class travel, accommodation and meal expenses are covered where travel is required.  Additionally, directors are supplied with the appropriate technology requirements to ensure participation in all forums.

As a NFP organisation, there is also the potential to access salary sacrificing arrangements up to $16,000, plus additional meals, entertainment and holiday packaging up to $2,500 per annum.

How to apply

Please email your CV and a few short paragraphs outlining your previous directorship experience and the reason for your interest in joining the Healthy North Coast Limited Board to Justine Eden, Director Eden Ritchie Recruitment: [email protected]

For any enquiries please call 0412156930.

Hastings Macleay

Centre Manager – Kempsey Expires: 18/09/2020

The Role

Seeking a proactive and experienced professional to establish a headspace Kempsey for young people aged 12-25 and provide high quality clinical services in this community. This is an exciting opportunity and they require someone with excellent communication and leadership skills that can develop a strong and effective presence in Kempsey.

You will need a comprehensive background in mental health early intervention and clinical services for young people and be passionate about improving the lives of young people and delivering culturally appropriate services. You will need proven leadership skills with the ability to manage staff and budgets. The role of the centre manager is to lead a multidisciplinary team in delivering client-centred, evidence-based care while ensuring services are safe, effective, efficient and adhere to the robust clinical governance and practice guidelines.

The Company

Samaritans is the lead agency for headspace Maitland and the satellite centre at Cessnock. The Centre Manager for headspace Kempsey will work alongside this team.

Full time fixed term until 30 June 2022.

Selection Criteria

• Tertiary degree in psychology, social work, nursing, occupational therapy or similar and evidence of commitment to ongoing professional development.

• Comprehensive work experience in child and adolescent mental health settings.

• Eligibility for membership of relevant professional association or membership of registration body or working towards same.

• Demonstrated understanding of clinical models and experience in providing both operational support and clinical supervision for team members.

• Demonstrated leadership skills including change management and performance management skills.

• Demonstrated experience and competence working with more vulnerable groups, including those who identify as LGBTIQA+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander or culturally and linguistically diverse communities , lower socio-economic populations and those that have experienced trauma.

• Demonstrate understanding of youth mental health and clinical services delivered to young people including early psychosis, suicidal ideation, depression, anxiety.

• Demonstrated experience in the development, implementation and review of clinical governance models and practice guidelines.

• Specific knowledge of child and adolescent development, substance use and associated factors.

• Highly developed interpersonal, public relations and communication skills, including sound oral, writing and reporting skills.

• An understanding of and commitment to child protection legislation and WH&S principles.

You must also have a current first aid certificate, driver’s licence, WWCC & undergo a national criminal reference check.

The company offers:

• Flexible work options
• Salary packaging options to maximise your earnings
• Development opportunities
• Payroll giving program

If you know that you can make a difference and that working with this amazing team will change your life and the lives of the people that we support then what are you waiting for? ‘APPLY NOW’ and please include your cover letter addressing all must haves.

Applications that meet selection criteria will be assessed on application.
Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander People encouraged to apply

You must have the right to live and work in Australia.

No agencies or third-party applications please.

For enquiries, contact:

Meg McPaul
(02) 4960 7145
[email protected]

Clinical Leader – Kempsey Expires: 18/09/2020

The Company 

Samaritans is a not-for-profit organisation, for over 30 years we have been offering support to those in need including young people and families, those living with disability or mental health challenges and the wider community. Samaritans core values of compassion, integrity and justice are central to everything that we do.

The Role

Seeking a proactive and experienced professional to be responsible for co-ordinating the clinical service delivery for young people aged 12 – 25 years accessing headspace Kempsey. This is an exciting opportunity to help create and grow a new service with support provided by the team in Kempsey and colleagues in similar roles in other regions.

The role will involve working in conjunction with a team of co-located, salaried and privately contracted clinicians within a clinical governance framework. In consultation with the Centre Manager, the Clinical Lead will monitor clinical service quality and clinical outcomes and provide clinical supervision to intake staff.

You must have a strong background in mental health early intervention and clinical services for young people and be passionate about improving the lives of young people and delivering culturally appropriate services.

Success Factors

• Tertiary degree in psychology, social work, nursing, occupational therapy or similar as well as substantial work experience in child and adolescent mental health settings.

• Eligibility for membership of relevant professional association or membership of registration body or working towards same.

• Demonstrated evidence based clinical skills in assessment and working with young people and their families/carers in a mental health and/ or drug and alcohol setting.

• An understanding of the needs of young people with a mental illness, including engagement with the mental health service system.

• Ability to advocate for improved accessibility for young people across a number of service systems.

• Ability to provide effective leadership and multi-disciplinary teamwork skills in relation to the management of risk within a youth mental health setting.

• Ability to develop, manage and monitor performance outcomes for programs and activities.

• Ability to provide formal and informal clinical supervision to staff that incorporates self – reflection and development.

• Highly developed interpersonal, public relations and communication skills, including sound oral and writing skills.

• An understanding of and commitment to child protection legislation and OH&S principles.

You must also have a current first aid certificate, driver’s licence, WWCC & undergo a national criminal reference check.

On offer:

• Flexible work options
• Salary packaging options to maximise your earnings
• Development opportunities
• Payroll giving program

If you know that you can make a difference and that working with this amazing team will change your life and the lives of the people that we support then what are you waiting for? ‘APPLY NOW’ and please include your cover letter addressing all must haves.

Applications that meet selection criteria will be assessed on application.
Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander People encouraged to apply

You must have the right to live and work in Australia.

No agencies or third-party applications please.

For enquiries, contact:

Meg McPaul
(02) 4960 7145
[email protected]

Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist – Hastings Macleay Expires: 01/10/2020

About the Business

Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy Clinics is located in Port Macquarie, Laurieton & Wauchope. They have recently joined the InterHealthcare network and now have the support of a national business to continue to drive their success and growth.

The Role

The ideal candidate needs to be driven and great at building relationships. The role is well suited to someone who loves interacting with people.  Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy Clinics is looking for an experienced physiotherapist with a passion for working with seniors:

· Full time position (or part-time hours upon negotiation)

· Aged Care facility based employment

· Working in a large and collaborative team

· Hands on role with a focus on comprehensive assessments

· Strong client focus, including movement and mobility

· Delivery of rehabilitation, reconditioning and falls prevention programs

Benefits

The successful candidate will receive an attractive salary with their skills and experience and will be provided with further training.

Work Life balance – 5 days a week, 35 to 38 Hours a Week, Monday to Friday

Essential Criteria

· Minimum of relevant bachelor’s degree

· General AHPRA registration

· Good communication skills

· Compassion and genuine interest in working with the elderly population

· Current drivers licence and access to reliable transport

· Australian working rights

· National police clearance

· Immunisation history

Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy Clinics are a growing clinic dedicated to supporting their team with their learning and growth as practitioners and as a group.

If you fit the criteria and are passionate, enthusiastic and have a drive for true patient well-being, please apply now.

For any queries, please contact Stacey Daley HR, on (07) 3186 6440.

Early Intervention Mental Health Clinician – Kempsey Expires: 02/10/2020

The Role

Working within a multidisciplinary team, providing initial intake and assessment and brief interventions of young people accessing headspace Kempsey to engage in ongoing counselling, treatment and support.

You will develop and maintain appropriate referral pathways and work with other services in the local service system to support and advocate for the young people aged 12 – 25 years and provide therapeutic intervention, group work and community awareness activities to young people and service providers as required.

Offer of fixed term and permanent roles. Senior role also available.

The Ideal Candidate

With experience in assessment, intervention and evaluation of clinical outcomes with diverse client populations, you will have a network of resources and community services. You will have experience and knowledge of psychological practice in the areas of child, adolescent and family clinical services, as well as a well-developed knowledge of diverse cultures and community needs.

You are passionate about advocating on behalf of young people, use your excellent communication skills to work collaboratively with all of your stakeholders, have a genuine appreciation for the importance of documentation, and can work independently as well as being a valued member of the team.

Essential Requirements

• Tertiary qualifications in social work, psychology, nursing or occupational therapy.

• A demonstrated understanding of mental health issues affecting young people and their families and carers; best practice treatment options; support services; and co-morbidities.

• Demonstrated skills and understanding in working with young people experiencing mental health issues and their families to assess strengths and needs, develop treatment plans collaboratively, and support young people to engage in services at difficult times in their lives.

• Valid NSW driver licence, senior first aid certificate, and the ability to obtain a national criminal history check and Working with Children Check.

Benefits

As a part of the Samaritans team, you have access to the following great benefits:

• Progressive organisation with a focus on advocacy and social justice

• Attractive salary packaging options

• Family friendly, flexible working hours

• Fitness passport corporate gym membership

• The opportunity to work within an innovative, collaborative team environment

For enquiries, contact:

Meg McPaul
[email protected]
(02) 4960 7100

Independent Board Member – North Coast NSW New Expires: 12/10/2020

Healthy North Coast (HNC) is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee incorporated by the Corporations Act and is endorsed as a health promotion charity.  It is one of 31 Primary Health Networks funded by the Commonwealth Government throughout Australia and is therefore primarily funded by the Australian Government. The organisation is committed to improving the health of North Coast communities.  We work alongside local health care professionals, social services and hospitals to achieve this goal.

Placing the patient experience and wellbeing at the centre of everything they do, Healthy North Coast recognise that strong, mutually respectful partnerships with service providers ensures the delivery of efficient, high quality services to those most at risk of poor health, as well as keeping communities informed about healthcare resources and education around self-care.

About the Opportunity 

As a Director of HNC, you will play a critical role alongside other non-executive directors and the Executive Team, in the strategic leadership of the company.

  • Healthy North Coast seeks to appoint 4 non-executive directors. These opportunities are available because of the retirement and completed terms of office of existing board members. The successful applicants will hold the positions for a period of three years (with the ability to apply for an additional 2 x 3yr terms), excepting the position available due to retirement, which is a 2-year term.
  • The board meets approximately ten times annually via both videoconference and face-to-face, including two all-day planning and professional development days. In addition to board meetings, it is expected that the new directors will make a contribution to one or more sub-committees of the board.
  • Direct experience in the health sector is not essential, although a passion for the health and well-being of the north coast community would be expected.

For more information, the Healthy North Coast Ltd Board Charter is available on request

About You

Healthy North Coast is looking for experienced and highly strategic leaders whose skills will complement those of existing board members. Critically, skill sets which will be regarded most highly include:

  • Candidates with demonstrated experience in the governance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations.
  • Finance and Business Management.
  • Information Technology/Digital Health.
  • Demonstrated networks both geographically but also in key commissioning domains.

Competencies and skills which are considered fundamental to the role are covered below:

  • Director’s responsibilities – Knowledge of the role of a director including an understanding of the legal, ethical, fiduciary and financial responsibilities.
  • Strategic expertise – the ability to think strategically as demonstrated through the ability to develop corporate strategy, review the strategy through constructive questioning and suggestion and contribute to the effective strategic decision making of the board.
  • Risk Management – experience in identifying and managing areas of major risk to the organisation including demonstrated ability to identify strategies to address potential and actual crises.
  • Financial Acumen – the ability to read and comprehend the company’s accounts, financial material presented to the board, financial reporting requirements and some understanding of corporate finance.
  • Corporate Governance: Understanding of the concept including the system of rules, practices, and processes by which a company is directed and controlled. This includes demonstrated ability to balance the interests of a company’s many stakeholders, such as shareholders, senior management executives, customers, suppliers, financiers, the government, and the community.
  • Negotiation Skills: the ability to articulately negotiate to a mutually acceptable conclusion which is to the benefit of the whole company. A director must work well in a group, listen well, be tactful yet able to communicate in a cogent and candid manner.
  • Leadership and integrity: Demonstrated ability to provide ethical and inclusive leadership including putting the organisation’s interests before personal interests.
  • Innovative thinking: the ability to identify and be open to new ideas or approaches.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Mindset: The ability to think and see the value of diversity and inclusion in all situations with the emotional intelligence to understand different points of view, take them into consideration and ensure all decisions and actions are mindful of these principles.
  • Business Acumen: Demonstrated commercial judgement and instinct – the ability to understand the business complexities of the company.

About the Benefits

This is a unique opportunity to play a key leadership role with an organisation that’s genuinely passionate about making change and innovating. Directors are paid a modest stipend including a portion for professional development, and economy class travel, accommodation and meal expenses are covered where travel is required.  Additionally, directors are supplied with the appropriate technology requirements to ensure participation in all forums.

As a NFP organisation, there is also the potential to access salary sacrificing arrangements up to $16,000, plus additional meals, entertainment and holiday packaging up to $2,500 per annum.

How to apply

Please email your CV and a few short paragraphs outlining your previous directorship experience and the reason for your interest in joining the Healthy North Coast Limited Board to Justine Eden, Director Eden Ritchie Recruitment: [email protected]

For any enquiries please call 0412156930.

Practice Nurse – Port Macquarie Expires: 30/10/2020

Looking for an RN or EEN to join a friendly team in Port Macquarie.

Essential:

  • AHPRA registered
  • Reliable, flexible and able to work within a team

Practice is AGPAL accredited and uses Best Practice software.

Flexible work hours available – Monday – Friday only.

Please contact Maryrose Burgess for further information: [email protected]

Allied Health Rooms Available – Port Macquarie Expires: 06/12/2020

Seeking expressions of interest from allied health practitioners who are interested in establishing themselves at a brand new practice in the CBD of Port Macquarie. This is a great opportunity for you to take the next step in your career, to add value and contribute to a successful and growing business.

Dr Adam King will lead the team at Medical on William. They look forward to hearing from interested candidates for a January/February start.

For enquires, email: [email protected]

General Practitioner – Port Macquarie Expires: 06/12/2020

Currently seeking expressions of interest from VR GPs who are interested in establishing themselves at a brand new private billing practice in the CBD of Port Macquarie.

The fully computerised medical practice will have six consulting rooms, pathology on site and is located at 97 William Street. Rosters are flexible with no after hours commitment so GP’s who are available on either a part-time or full-time basis will be considered.

Dr Adam King will lead the team at Medical on William. They look forward to hearing from interested candidates for a January/February start.

Essential Criteria:

• MBBS or equivalent
• Must have a current and valid AHPRA general / specialist registration
• FRACGP qualified
• Team player

For enquires, email: [email protected]

General Practitioner (VR or non-VR) – Laurieton Expires: 30/12/2020

Full time or part-time GP required for The Good Shepherd medical centre in Laurieton to begin ASAP.

Please email: [email protected]

VR General Practitioner – Port Macquarie Expires: 31/12/2020

Focus Medical Centre is seeking a VR GP to join their small, well-supported team. Focus is a modern, spacious, non-corporate, GP-owned and operated practice. It is located in central Port Macquarie with views to the sea. There is a loyal patient base and the practice is accepting new patients.

Focus Medical Centre is a fully computerised practice operating with Best Practice. The GP will be supported by an excellent reception, nursing and medical team. It is a mixed billing AGPAL accredited practice.

Focus offers flexible hours, Monday to Friday, with no after hours commitments.

Unfortunately Focus is not DWS and hence cannot accept DWS applicants.

Current AHPRA registration is essential.

Enquires with CV preferred to [email protected] or call in confidence to Anne on (02) 6584 6715.

Rooms Available for Visiting Specialists – Laurieton Expires: 31/12/2020

Rooms available in a modern friendly accredited training practice in Laurieton.

For enquiries, phone (02) 6559 5377 or email: [email protected]

Allied Health Rooms Available – Laurieton Expires: 31/12/2020

Allied health rooms available in a modern, friendly accredited training practice in Laurieton.

For enquiries, phone (02) 6559 5377 or email: [email protected]

Medical Receptionist – Laurieton Expires: 31/12/2020

Medical receptionist required for Mount View Medical Centre, Laurieton.

40 – 48 hours per fortnight.

For enquiries contact:

David Allan
0447 565 425
[email protected]

VR General Practitioner – Port Macquarie New Expires: 31/12/2020

Port Macquarie Medical & Dental Centre is a modern, spacious and well established medical centre, with over eight years in the community and a very strong patient base. The centre proudly caters for the public with a wide range of services available onsite including general practice, with special interests in chronic disease management, women’s health, occupational health, skin and procedural health, immediate care, nursing support including care plans and treatment room, imaging and pathology, allied health and specialists.

Benefits

• Practice your way – appointments, walk-ins or telehealth consults available based on your preference.
• Busy practice with established patient base.
• Bulk billing or private billing options.
• Additional opportunity to sub-specialise for GPs with special interests.
• Qualified nursing support – including health assessments and care plans.
• Team environment – help to develop your practice from day one.
• Flexible agreements available – short/long term agreements, flexibility in hours to fit around your lifestyle, no exclusivity requirement options.
• Generous billing opportunity.
• After-hours DPA exemption for 19AB.

Learn more

To talk about this opportunity, please reach out to Kellie Hodgson (Business Manager) on 0411 835 691 or email: [email protected]

Registration requirements

General practitioners – vocational registration with AHPRA (FRACGP, ACCRRM, FRNZCG, MRCGP via JCPTGP, CFPC, MICGP).

General Practitioner – Laurieton Expires: 01/08/2021

GP vacancy in Laurieton.

Mount View Medical Centre, 60 Bold St.

Accredited training practice in beautiful location.

For enquiries phone 0447 565 425 or email:  [email protected]

Mid North Coast

Receptionist – Coffs Harbour Expires: 19/09/2020

An experienced medical receptionist is required for a full-time position at Plaza Medical Centre in Coffs Harbour. 38 hours per week.

For enquiries, please contact:

Lynda Arthur
[email protected]
(02) 6651 6868

Medical Receptionist – Coffs Harbour New Expires: 30/09/2020

A permanent part time position exists for an experienced medical receptionist in a busy medical practice located in Coffs Harbour, open seven days per week. The ideal candidate will be well organised, able to work autonomously and can look after patients when they arrive and prior to their departure, checking that their needs have been taken care of.

Duties include:

• Answering phones, booking patient appointments and face-to-face customer service.
• Communicating with patients, doctors, pharmacies, specialists, hospitals, allied health staff, Medicare and Department of Veterans Affairs.
• Processing billings, faxing, scanning and undertaking other duties as required by doctors, nurses, head of reception and the practice manager.

Hours

4 days per week permanent part time as part of a seven-day roster.

Essential Criteria

• Ability to protect patient privacy and confidentiality.
• Sound communication skills, with the capacity to communicate effectively with doctors, staff, patients and other health care professionals.
• Excellent telephone manner.
• Ability to work within a team, as well as independently.
• Ability to prioritise and organise workflow effectively.
• Proven computer skills.

Desirable Criteria

• Knowledge of the Australian health care system, i.e. Medicare Australia.
• Knowledge of medical software (i.e. Medical Director, Pracsoft) and Microsoft Office Programs.
• Minimum 2 years reception experience or certificate 3 or higher in Medical Administration or Business (Office Administration).
• Current driver’s licence.
• Experience in medical, or allied health field.
• CPR certificate.

On the job training and support will be provided to the successful applicant.

Only successful applicants will be notified

For enquiries, contact: [email protected]

Medical Receptionist – Nambucca Heads and Macksville New Expires: 30/09/2020

A permanent part time position exists for an experienced medical receptionist in two busy medical practices located in Nambucca Heads and Macksville, open five days per week. The ideal candidate will be well organised, able to work autonomously and can look after patients when they arrive and prior to their departure, checking that their needs have been taken care of.

Duties include:

• Answering phones, booking patient appointments and face to face customer service.
• Communicating with patients, doctors, pharmacies, specialists, hospitals, allied health staff, Medicare and Department of Veterans Affairs.
• Processing billings, faxing, scanning and undertaking other duties as required by doctors, nurses, head of reception and the practice manager.

Hours

3 days per week (2 days in Nambucca + 1 day in Macksville) permanent part time as part of a 5-day roster.

Essential Criteria

• Ability to protect patient privacy and confidentiality.
• Sound communication skills, with the capacity to communicate effectively with doctors, staff, patients and other health care professionals.
• Excellent telephone manner.
• Ability to work within a team, as well as independently.
• Ability to prioritise and organise workflow effectively.
• Proven computer skills.

Desirable Criteria

• Knowledge of the Australian health care system i.e. Medicare Australia.
• Knowledge of medical software (i.e. Medical Director, Pracsoft) and Microsoft Office Programs.
• Minimum 2 years reception experience or certificate 3 or higher in Medical Administration or Business (Office Administration).
• Current driver’s licence.
• Experience in medical, or allied health field.
• CPR certificate.
• Located in/around Nambucca Heads or Macksville.

On the job training and support will be provided to the successful applicant.

Only successful applicants will be notified

The application form will include these questions:

• Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
• Do you have customer service experience?
• Do you have experience in an administration role?
• Do you have a current Australian driver’s licence?

For enquiries, contact: [email protected]

Urgently Required RN & EEN – Macksville & Nambucca Heads Expires: 30/09/2020

Plenty of work available for RN & EEN for busy practices in Macksville & Nambucca Heads, 2.5 – 3 days per week for suitable applicants.

Essential: friendly, flexible, reliable.

Desirable: familiar with GP practice work, good typist, Medical Director & PracSoft programs. Need to be AHPRA registered.

Most enjoyable environment in which to work as part of a great team in these AGPAL accredited practices.

If you fit the criteria, please send email and CV to: [email protected]

VR General Practitioner Required – Wauchope Expires: 30/09/2020

Nestled between the beach and the bush is Wauchope Quality Healthcare, a country based surgery located in Wauchope NSW providing you with a great lifestyle and work balance. Located in Wauchope NSW, a well established regional town, Wauchope Quality Healthcare has two locations within the township. Wauchope is only four hours north of Sydney and five hours south of the Gold Coast. 25 minutes to pristine beaches, quality restaurants, beautiful scenic drives, bush walking and hiking, whale watching, boutique shopping as well as specialty stores. Affordable housing, reputable schooling and a community orientated suburb.

Wauchope Quality Healthcare is a bulk billing practice with six doctors and has a well established patient base with continuous growth and high billing potential. MM3 RA2 location.

You will be working alongside colleagues with an extensive and varied skill range and will be involved in weekly practice education gatherings where all clinical staff are encouraged to present topics/clinical findings/ or problems.

Wauchope Quality Healthcare has four extremely skilled and knowledgeable registered nurses who will assist you with skin procedures and all other areas of general practice. The practice offers a large range of services for patients to accommodate their health needs and run several clinics and programs. These include Q fever, immunisation, well womens, skin cancer, preventative health, diabetes, CHD, etc.

Wauchope Quality Healthcare takes pride in knowing their patients in a friendly but professional manner. They have a wide range of interesting and complex patients who would like to build a genuine rapport with an understanding, thorough and dedicated GP.

Offering an attractive remuneration and weekly pay cycle.

For enquiries, email [email protected] or phone (02) 6585 1388.

Pharmacist Manager – Coffs Harbour Expires: 30/09/2020

Looking for a sea change? Want to make a real difference in a community that values their local pharmacists?

TerryWhite Chemmart Coffs Harbour is the place to be for complete professional satisfaction; ability to grow and learn through amazing team support, and of course – the beach!

The multi-award-winning pharmacy TerryWhite Chemmart Coffs Harbour is looking for an enthusiastic and customer-centric full time Pharmacist Manager to join their dynamic team.

The ideal applicant will be a registered pharmacist and have experience with managing dispensary flow systems and ensuring efficiencies are achieved across the entire dispensary, professional service area and medicines. They will have experience with ethical ordering and the relevant dispensary and 7CPA claiming software systems, as well as being highly skilled at offering complete health solutions to assist all customers. Experience in managing teams is preferable while a positive and energetic attitude is essential.

The role will require:

– Rotational weekend work
– Cultivating a positive team culture to ensure a high level of staff engagement
– Direct dispensing (utilising Consis automated dispensing)
– Superior organisation and time management skills
– Ability to perform professional services in an efficient and effective manner

If you are interested in applying for this position, please email your resume to: [email protected]

Peer Support Worker – Coffs Harbour New Expires: 01/10/2020

headspace Coffs Harbour is seeking Peer Support Workers to use their lived experiences of mental health recovery to support others and help others navigate their mental health challenges. They will inspire, model and inform others in similar situations to support them in finding their own path of recovery.

Under the scope of the Wait Time Reduction (WTR) Project, the Peer Support Workers will provide open, appropriate and effective support to young people accessing or considering connection with headspace services. They will also provide support to the families and carers of young people accessing or considering access to headspace services.

• Two part time positions are available – 0.5FTE (19 hours/week per position – days of work negotiable)
• Maximum term employment contract for 12 months
• Location – headspace Coffs Harbour
• New positions – available for immediate commencement

To Apply

• Contact [email protected] for a position description.
• Submit an outline of your claims to the position demonstrating how you meet each of the essential and desirable criteria listed on the position description.
• Include your current resume detailing your skills, qualifications and experience, and the names and contact details for two referees.
• Email your complete application to: [email protected]

Enquiries to: Tracey Rowe, Project Lead on (02) 6652 1878 or [email protected]

Closing Date for Applications: 9am Thursday 1 October 2020

Early Intervention Mental Health Clinician – Kempsey Expires: 02/10/2020

The Role

Working within a multidisciplinary team, providing initial intake and assessment and brief interventions of young people accessing headspace Kempsey to engage in ongoing counselling, treatment and support.

You will develop and maintain appropriate referral pathways and work with other services in the local service system to support and advocate for the young people aged 12 – 25 years and provide therapeutic intervention, group work and community awareness activities to young people and service providers as required.

Offer of fixed term and permanent roles. Senior role also available.

The Ideal Candidate

With experience in assessment, intervention and evaluation of clinical outcomes with diverse client populations, you will have a network of resources and community services. You will have experience and knowledge of psychological practice in the areas of child, adolescent and family clinical services, as well as a well-developed knowledge of diverse cultures and community needs.

You are passionate about advocating on behalf of young people, use your excellent communication skills to work collaboratively with all of your stakeholders, have a genuine appreciation for the importance of documentation, and can work independently as well as being a valued member of the team.

Essential Requirements

• Tertiary qualifications in social work, psychology, nursing or occupational therapy.

• A demonstrated understanding of mental health issues affecting young people and their families and carers; best practice treatment options; support services; and co-morbidities.

• Demonstrated skills and understanding in working with young people experiencing mental health issues and their families to assess strengths and needs, develop treatment plans collaboratively, and support young people to engage in services at difficult times in their lives.

• Valid NSW driver licence, senior first aid certificate, and the ability to obtain a national criminal history check and Working with Children Check.

Benefits

As a part of the Samaritans team, you have access to the following great benefits:

• Progressive organisation with a focus on advocacy and social justice

• Attractive salary packaging options

• Family friendly, flexible working hours

• Fitness passport corporate gym membership

• The opportunity to work within an innovative, collaborative team environment

For enquiries, contact:

Meg McPaul
[email protected]
(02) 4960 7100

Independent Board Member – North Coast NSW New Expires: 12/10/2020

Healthy North Coast (HNC) is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee incorporated by the Corporations Act and is endorsed as a health promotion charity.  It is one of 31 Primary Health Networks funded by the Commonwealth Government throughout Australia and is therefore primarily funded by the Australian Government. The organisation is committed to improving the health of North Coast communities.  We work alongside local health care professionals, social services and hospitals to achieve this goal.

Placing the patient experience and wellbeing at the centre of everything they do, Healthy North Coast recognise that strong, mutually respectful partnerships with service providers ensures the delivery of efficient, high quality services to those most at risk of poor health, as well as keeping communities informed about healthcare resources and education around self-care.

About the Opportunity 

As a Director of HNC, you will play a critical role alongside other non-executive directors and the Executive Team, in the strategic leadership of the company.

  • Healthy North Coast seeks to appoint 4 non-executive directors. These opportunities are available because of the retirement and completed terms of office of existing board members. The successful applicants will hold the positions for a period of three years (with the ability to apply for an additional 2 x 3yr terms), excepting the position available due to retirement, which is a 2-year term.
  • The board meets approximately ten times annually via both videoconference and face-to-face, including two all-day planning and professional development days. In addition to board meetings, it is expected that the new directors will make a contribution to one or more sub-committees of the board.
  • Direct experience in the health sector is not essential, although a passion for the health and well-being of the north coast community would be expected.

For more information, the Healthy North Coast Ltd Board Charter is available on request

About You

Healthy North Coast is looking for experienced and highly strategic leaders whose skills will complement those of existing board members. Critically, skill sets which will be regarded most highly include:

  • Candidates with demonstrated experience in the governance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations.
  • Finance and Business Management.
  • Information Technology/Digital Health.
  • Demonstrated networks both geographically but also in key commissioning domains.

Competencies and skills which are considered fundamental to the role are covered below:

  • Director’s responsibilities – Knowledge of the role of a director including an understanding of the legal, ethical, fiduciary and financial responsibilities.
  • Strategic expertise – the ability to think strategically as demonstrated through the ability to develop corporate strategy, review the strategy through constructive questioning and suggestion and contribute to the effective strategic decision making of the board.
  • Risk Management – experience in identifying and managing areas of major risk to the organisation including demonstrated ability to identify strategies to address potential and actual crises.
  • Financial Acumen – the ability to read and comprehend the company’s accounts, financial material presented to the board, financial reporting requirements and some understanding of corporate finance.
  • Corporate Governance: Understanding of the concept including the system of rules, practices, and processes by which a company is directed and controlled. This includes demonstrated ability to balance the interests of a company’s many stakeholders, such as shareholders, senior management executives, customers, suppliers, financiers, the government, and the community.
  • Negotiation Skills: the ability to articulately negotiate to a mutually acceptable conclusion which is to the benefit of the whole company. A director must work well in a group, listen well, be tactful yet able to communicate in a cogent and candid manner.
  • Leadership and integrity: Demonstrated ability to provide ethical and inclusive leadership including putting the organisation’s interests before personal interests.
  • Innovative thinking: the ability to identify and be open to new ideas or approaches.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Mindset: The ability to think and see the value of diversity and inclusion in all situations with the emotional intelligence to understand different points of view, take them into consideration and ensure all decisions and actions are mindful of these principles.
  • Business Acumen: Demonstrated commercial judgement and instinct – the ability to understand the business complexities of the company.

About the Benefits

This is a unique opportunity to play a key leadership role with an organisation that’s genuinely passionate about making change and innovating. Directors are paid a modest stipend including a portion for professional development, and economy class travel, accommodation and meal expenses are covered where travel is required.  Additionally, directors are supplied with the appropriate technology requirements to ensure participation in all forums.

As a NFP organisation, there is also the potential to access salary sacrificing arrangements up to $16,000, plus additional meals, entertainment and holiday packaging up to $2,500 per annum.

How to apply

Please email your CV and a few short paragraphs outlining your previous directorship experience and the reason for your interest in joining the Healthy North Coast Limited Board to Justine Eden, Director Eden Ritchie Recruitment: [email protected]

For any enquiries please call 0412156930.

Practice Nurse – Port Macquarie Expires: 30/10/2020

Looking for an RN or EEN to join a friendly team in Port Macquarie.

Essential:

  • AHPRA registered
  • Reliable, flexible and able to work within a team

Practice is AGPAL accredited and uses Best Practice software.

Flexible work hours available – Monday – Friday only.

Please contact Maryrose Burgess for further information: [email protected]

Consult Rooms – Coffs Harbour Expires: 30/10/2020

Consultation rooms are available in Coffs Harbour. Freshly rebuilt building on the edge of the Coffs Harbour CBD. Large consultation rooms, fully disability compliant. Staff and client carparks available onsite.

For enquiries, contact Kathleen Lindsay on 0418 247 073 or email: [email protected]

Fun, Friendly, Motivated Physio Wanted – Mid North Coast Expires: 30/11/2020

Would you like to work in a progressive, forward-thinking private practice with a young, fun and energetic team?

How would you like to live and work in the best climate in Australia with the beach only a few hundred metres from our clinics?

Not currently getting the education and support you deserve?

Are you motivated to succeed in physio from both a clinical and business perspective?

Do you want to find the answers to developing a fulfilling work/life balance?

If you answered YES to any of these, then the most important thing for you to do is contact the team from Mid North Coast Physio now.

All the information you need is here.

Allied Health Rooms Available – Port Macquarie Expires: 06/12/2020

Seeking expressions of interest from allied health practitioners who are interested in establishing themselves at a brand new practice in the CBD of Port Macquarie. This is a great opportunity for you to take the next step in your career, to add value and contribute to a successful and growing business.

Dr Adam King will lead the team at Medical on William. They look forward to hearing from interested candidates for a January/February start.

For enquires, email: [email protected]

General Practitioner – Port Macquarie Expires: 06/12/2020

Currently seeking expressions of interest from VR GPs who are interested in establishing themselves at a brand new private billing practice in the CBD of Port Macquarie.

The fully computerised medical practice will have six consulting rooms, pathology on site and is located at 97 William Street. Rosters are flexible with no after hours commitment so GP’s who are available on either a part-time or full-time basis will be considered.

Dr Adam King will lead the team at Medical on William. They look forward to hearing from interested candidates for a January/February start.

Essential Criteria:

• MBBS or equivalent
• Must have a current and valid AHPRA general / specialist registration
• FRACGP qualified
• Team player

For enquires, email: [email protected]

General Practitioner (VR or non-VR) – Laurieton Expires: 30/12/2020

Full time or part-time GP required for The Good Shepherd medical centre in Laurieton to begin ASAP.

Please email: [email protected]

VR General Practitioner – Port Macquarie Expires: 31/12/2020

Focus Medical Centre is seeking a VR GP to join their small, well-supported team. Focus is a modern, spacious, non-corporate, GP-owned and operated practice. It is located in central Port Macquarie with views to the sea. There is a loyal patient base and the practice is accepting new patients.

Focus Medical Centre is a fully computerised practice operating with Best Practice. The GP will be supported by an excellent reception, nursing and medical team. It is a mixed billing AGPAL accredited practice.

Focus offers flexible hours, Monday to Friday, with no after hours commitments.

Unfortunately Focus is not DWS and hence cannot accept DWS applicants.

Current AHPRA registration is essential.

Enquires with CV preferred to [email protected] or call in confidence to Anne on (02) 6584 6715.

Rooms Available for Visiting Specialists – Laurieton Expires: 31/12/2020

Rooms available in a modern friendly accredited training practice in Laurieton.

For enquiries, phone (02) 6559 5377 or email: [email protected]

Allied Health Rooms Available – Laurieton Expires: 31/12/2020

Allied health rooms available in a modern, friendly accredited training practice in Laurieton.

For enquiries, phone (02) 6559 5377 or email: [email protected]

Medical Receptionist – Laurieton Expires: 31/12/2020

Medical receptionist required for Mount View Medical Centre, Laurieton.

40 – 48 hours per fortnight.

For enquiries contact:

David Allan
0447 565 425
[email protected]

VR General Practitioner – Port Macquarie New Expires: 31/12/2020

Port Macquarie Medical & Dental Centre is a modern, spacious and well established medical centre, with over eight years in the community and a very strong patient base. The centre proudly caters for the public with a wide range of services available onsite including general practice, with special interests in chronic disease management, women’s health, occupational health, skin and procedural health, immediate care, nursing support including care plans and treatment room, imaging and pathology, allied health and specialists.

Benefits

• Practice your way – appointments, walk-ins or telehealth consults available based on your preference.
• Busy practice with established patient base.
• Bulk billing or private billing options.
• Additional opportunity to sub-specialise for GPs with special interests.
• Qualified nursing support – including health assessments and care plans.
• Team environment – help to develop your practice from day one.
• Flexible agreements available – short/long term agreements, flexibility in hours to fit around your lifestyle, no exclusivity requirement options.
• Generous billing opportunity.
• After-hours DPA exemption for 19AB.

Learn more

To talk about this opportunity, please reach out to Kellie Hodgson (Business Manager) on 0411 835 691 or email: [email protected]

Registration requirements

General practitioners – vocational registration with AHPRA (FRACGP, ACCRRM, FRNZCG, MRCGP via JCPTGP, CFPC, MICGP).

Northern Rivers

General Practitioner – Casino Expires: 03/10/2020

Maria Clinic is a family owned general practice. Maria Clinic is fully accredited, committed to bringing comprehensive quality care to their patients. The practice has three general practitioners, one registrar and PEP GP, along with two registered practice nurses.

Maria Clinic is located in the rural northern NSW town of Casino.

Looking for a vocationally registered/generally registered full-time/part-time GP to replace a doctor with full patient load. DPA exemption possible.

MDRAP/PEP eligible candidates are welcome. Mentorship possible for the right candidates.

Computerised, accredited practice with mixed billing, practice nurse, VMO position possible in Casino.

Opening hours are between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. No public holidays or Sunday work. Start ASAP.

Contact Shaji Mundattu at [email protected] or phone 0434 641 015.

Independent Board Member – North Coast NSW New Expires: 12/10/2020

Healthy North Coast (HNC) is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee incorporated by the Corporations Act and is endorsed as a health promotion charity.  It is one of 31 Primary Health Networks funded by the Commonwealth Government throughout Australia and is therefore primarily funded by the Australian Government. The organisation is committed to improving the health of North Coast communities.  We work alongside local health care professionals, social services and hospitals to achieve this goal.

Placing the patient experience and wellbeing at the centre of everything they do, Healthy North Coast recognise that strong, mutually respectful partnerships with service providers ensures the delivery of efficient, high quality services to those most at risk of poor health, as well as keeping communities informed about healthcare resources and education around self-care.

About the Opportunity 

As a Director of HNC, you will play a critical role alongside other non-executive directors and the Executive Team, in the strategic leadership of the company.

  • Healthy North Coast seeks to appoint 4 non-executive directors. These opportunities are available because of the retirement and completed terms of office of existing board members. The successful applicants will hold the positions for a period of three years (with the ability to apply for an additional 2 x 3yr terms), excepting the position available due to retirement, which is a 2-year term.
  • The board meets approximately ten times annually via both videoconference and face-to-face, including two all-day planning and professional development days. In addition to board meetings, it is expected that the new directors will make a contribution to one or more sub-committees of the board.
  • Direct experience in the health sector is not essential, although a passion for the health and well-being of the north coast community would be expected.

For more information, the Healthy North Coast Ltd Board Charter is available on request

About You

Healthy North Coast is looking for experienced and highly strategic leaders whose skills will complement those of existing board members. Critically, skill sets which will be regarded most highly include:

  • Candidates with demonstrated experience in the governance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations.
  • Finance and Business Management.
  • Information Technology/Digital Health.
  • Demonstrated networks both geographically but also in key commissioning domains.

Competencies and skills which are considered fundamental to the role are covered below:

  • Director’s responsibilities – Knowledge of the role of a director including an understanding of the legal, ethical, fiduciary and financial responsibilities.
  • Strategic expertise – the ability to think strategically as demonstrated through the ability to develop corporate strategy, review the strategy through constructive questioning and suggestion and contribute to the effective strategic decision making of the board.
  • Risk Management – experience in identifying and managing areas of major risk to the organisation including demonstrated ability to identify strategies to address potential and actual crises.
  • Financial Acumen – the ability to read and comprehend the company’s accounts, financial material presented to the board, financial reporting requirements and some understanding of corporate finance.
  • Corporate Governance: Understanding of the concept including the system of rules, practices, and processes by which a company is directed and controlled. This includes demonstrated ability to balance the interests of a company’s many stakeholders, such as shareholders, senior management executives, customers, suppliers, financiers, the government, and the community.
  • Negotiation Skills: the ability to articulately negotiate to a mutually acceptable conclusion which is to the benefit of the whole company. A director must work well in a group, listen well, be tactful yet able to communicate in a cogent and candid manner.
  • Leadership and integrity: Demonstrated ability to provide ethical and inclusive leadership including putting the organisation’s interests before personal interests.
  • Innovative thinking: the ability to identify and be open to new ideas or approaches.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Mindset: The ability to think and see the value of diversity and inclusion in all situations with the emotional intelligence to understand different points of view, take them into consideration and ensure all decisions and actions are mindful of these principles.
  • Business Acumen: Demonstrated commercial judgement and instinct – the ability to understand the business complexities of the company.

About the Benefits

This is a unique opportunity to play a key leadership role with an organisation that’s genuinely passionate about making change and innovating. Directors are paid a modest stipend including a portion for professional development, and economy class travel, accommodation and meal expenses are covered where travel is required.  Additionally, directors are supplied with the appropriate technology requirements to ensure participation in all forums.

As a NFP organisation, there is also the potential to access salary sacrificing arrangements up to $16,000, plus additional meals, entertainment and holiday packaging up to $2,500 per annum.

How to apply

Please email your CV and a few short paragraphs outlining your previous directorship experience and the reason for your interest in joining the Healthy North Coast Limited Board to Justine Eden, Director Eden Ritchie Recruitment: [email protected]

For any enquiries please call 0412156930.

Clinical Room for Rent – Lismore Expires: 24/12/2020

Uralba Clinic is a mental health clinic in Lismore NSW within walking distance of Lismore Base Hospital and the CBD.

There are two rooms available across various days. All rooms are furnished.

Uralba Clinic offers a quiet and well appointed clinical setting for you and your patients. Off street undercover parking and wifi / internet is available with room rental. Visit the website to learn more: www.uralbacliniclismore.com

For enquiries, email: d[email protected]

Tweed Valley

Child & Adolescent Clinical Psychologist – Tweed Heads Expires: 30/09/2020

Tweed Health for Everyone is a long-standing medical practice with deep roots in the local community of Tweed Heads South.

With strong team bonds, extensive knowledge, support and experience within our broad team of 27 doctors, 15 allied health providers, nursing, reception and administration staff.

Tweed Health for Everyone is seeking part time Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist to work 2-4 days a week to help fill the increasing need in our community.

Applicants must have the following:

  • Registered as a Clinical Psychologist
  • Current registration with AHPRA
  • Experience in delivering individual therapy
  • Work well within a multi-disciplinary team

If you are passionate to become involved with a fast moving, forward thinking practice we would love to hear from you.

In the first instance, please send your resume, stating qualifications and work related experience to: [email protected]

Practice Nurse – Kingscliff Expires: 30/09/2020

Looking for a registered nurse, preferably with general practice experience for a growing practice in Kingscliff.

• 4-5 days per week, Monday – Friday

• AHPRA Registration required

• Friendly, reliable, team player looking for long term employment

Please email resume and cover letter to: [email protected]

General Practitioner – Tweed Heads Expires: 06/10/2020

Social Futures has an exciting opportunity to to join a diverse team of professionals dedicated to helping young people at headspace, Tweed Heads.

This is a flexible opportunity which will see you making a difference within the local community.

Apply via the Social Futures website.

Independent Board Member – North Coast NSW New Expires: 12/10/2020

Healthy North Coast (HNC) is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee incorporated by the Corporations Act and is endorsed as a health promotion charity.  It is one of 31 Primary Health Networks funded by the Commonwealth Government throughout Australia and is therefore primarily funded by the Australian Government. The organisation is committed to improving the health of North Coast communities.  We work alongside local health care professionals, social services and hospitals to achieve this goal.

Placing the patient experience and wellbeing at the centre of everything they do, Healthy North Coast recognise that strong, mutually respectful partnerships with service providers ensures the delivery of efficient, high quality services to those most at risk of poor health, as well as keeping communities informed about healthcare resources and education around self-care.

About the Opportunity 

As a Director of HNC, you will play a critical role alongside other non-executive directors and the Executive Team, in the strategic leadership of the company.

  • Healthy North Coast seeks to appoint 4 non-executive directors. These opportunities are available because of the retirement and completed terms of office of existing board members. The successful applicants will hold the positions for a period of three years (with the ability to apply for an additional 2 x 3yr terms), excepting the position available due to retirement, which is a 2-year term.
  • The board meets approximately ten times annually via both videoconference and face-to-face, including two all-day planning and professional development days. In addition to board meetings, it is expected that the new directors will make a contribution to one or more sub-committees of the board.
  • Direct experience in the health sector is not essential, although a passion for the health and well-being of the north coast community would be expected.

For more information, the Healthy North Coast Ltd Board Charter is available on request

About You

Healthy North Coast is looking for experienced and highly strategic leaders whose skills will complement those of existing board members. Critically, skill sets which will be regarded most highly include:

  • Candidates with demonstrated experience in the governance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations.
  • Finance and Business Management.
  • Information Technology/Digital Health.
  • Demonstrated networks both geographically but also in key commissioning domains.

Competencies and skills which are considered fundamental to the role are covered below:

  • Director’s responsibilities – Knowledge of the role of a director including an understanding of the legal, ethical, fiduciary and financial responsibilities.
  • Strategic expertise – the ability to think strategically as demonstrated through the ability to develop corporate strategy, review the strategy through constructive questioning and suggestion and contribute to the effective strategic decision making of the board.
  • Risk Management – experience in identifying and managing areas of major risk to the organisation including demonstrated ability to identify strategies to address potential and actual crises.
  • Financial Acumen – the ability to read and comprehend the company’s accounts, financial material presented to the board, financial reporting requirements and some understanding of corporate finance.
  • Corporate Governance: Understanding of the concept including the system of rules, practices, and processes by which a company is directed and controlled. This includes demonstrated ability to balance the interests of a company’s many stakeholders, such as shareholders, senior management executives, customers, suppliers, financiers, the government, and the community.
  • Negotiation Skills: the ability to articulately negotiate to a mutually acceptable conclusion which is to the benefit of the whole company. A director must work well in a group, listen well, be tactful yet able to communicate in a cogent and candid manner.
  • Leadership and integrity: Demonstrated ability to provide ethical and inclusive leadership including putting the organisation’s interests before personal interests.
  • Innovative thinking: the ability to identify and be open to new ideas or approaches.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Mindset: The ability to think and see the value of diversity and inclusion in all situations with the emotional intelligence to understand different points of view, take them into consideration and ensure all decisions and actions are mindful of these principles.
  • Business Acumen: Demonstrated commercial judgement and instinct – the ability to understand the business complexities of the company.

About the Benefits

This is a unique opportunity to play a key leadership role with an organisation that’s genuinely passionate about making change and innovating. Directors are paid a modest stipend including a portion for professional development, and economy class travel, accommodation and meal expenses are covered where travel is required.  Additionally, directors are supplied with the appropriate technology requirements to ensure participation in all forums.

As a NFP organisation, there is also the potential to access salary sacrificing arrangements up to $16,000, plus additional meals, entertainment and holiday packaging up to $2,500 per annum.

How to apply

Please email your CV and a few short paragraphs outlining your previous directorship experience and the reason for your interest in joining the Healthy North Coast Limited Board to Justine Eden, Director Eden Ritchie Recruitment: [email protected]

For any enquiries please call 0412156930.

Room for Rent – Tweed Heads Expires: 31/12/2020

Consulting room or furnished office available in a vibrant, friendly and established nutrition practice. Welcoming an established or developing business to join these quality premises.

  • Full time or daily from $120 + GST per day
  • After hours access
  • Large 3m x 4m room
  • Furnished or unfurnished
  • Shared kitchen facilities
  • Shared waiting room
  • High speed internet, 20 b&w prints per day
  • All other services available by negotiation
  • Close to cafes, eateries and health based businesses
  • Close to bus stop and shops
  • Easy on street parking

Suits health consultants, psychologists, podiatrists, audiologists, speech therapists.

Contact [email protected] to talk about your needs.

Professional Room Avaliable – Kingscliff Expires: 31/12/2020

Oceanside Clinical Psychology is a clinical psychology practice in the heart of Kingscliff in Northern NSW. They are looking for psychologists and allied health practitioners to join the practice.

There is one fully furnished room available with varying availability. Natural light and inviting surroundings. New carpet and freshly painted and decorated. Directly opposite beautiful parklands/beach area.

Rates: Full day $110 (+ GST) (multiple day rates available)

  • Tastefully furnished rooms all with air-conditioning
  • Shared air-conditioned waiting room
  • Kitchenette access
  • HICAPS/EFTPOS machine
  • High speed wifi
  • Ppeer and/or formal supervision
  • Friendly and supportive environment

For enquiries contact:

0490965257
[email protected]