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Eastern Melbourne PHN (EMPHN) is one of the major commissioners of federally-funded health care services in Melbourne, with responsibility for improving the primary healthcare system. We do this by facilitating health system improvements for people in Eastern and North Eastern Melbourne.

We are an innovative organisation working in a dynamic and changing sector. This means that we frequently have new opportunities for existing employees and to bring new people into our team. 

Some of the benefits our employees receive include:

  • working in a professional team committed to making a difference;
  • a focus on employee health and well-being, including access to flexible working conditions to facilitate work / life balance, access to an Employee Assistance Program and other initiatives such as annual flu vaccinations, social club activities, etc. 
  • competitive remuneration and other benefits, including access to not-for profit salary packaging

We are interested in attracting the most talented, experienced and committed people to work with us in improving the primary healthcare system.

Listed below are our current opportunities to work at EMPHN. 

If you are passionate about healthcare and making a difference, we encourage you to apply. 

To find out further information or to apply for any of the below positions please contact recruitment@emphn.org.au

Current Opportunities

Facilitator – Sector Capacity

EMPHN is currently seeking to appoint a Facilitator to work as part of our Sector Capacity team focussing on the implementation of EMPHN’s Optimal Care Pathways for Cancer (OCPs) project.  This key project will detail key principles and recommendations for optimal care at critical points in the cancer continuum, from prevention and identification through to survivorship or end-of-life care, regardless of where people live or have cancer treatment.  Working with other services, this position will ensure that OCPs are integrated into cancer service design and delivery as well as relevant pages on HealthPathways Melbourne.

This is a great part time position (0.8FTE) working four days per week. 

A copy of the position description can be found here

Mental Health and AOD Clinician

We are seeking a Mental Health Clinician to join our Referral and Access team, to assess and triage high risk and complex referrals for consumers, to ensure that consumers are allocated to the most appropriate mental health service to best support their presenting needs.  This is an integral role in the effective and timely care of people in the community with a range of mental health issues and complex needs.

The successful applicant will have a current qualification as a Mental Health Professional (Social Work, Psychology, Nursing, and/or Occupational Therapy) with National and/or state registration in the relevant discipline (where applicable) and be able to meet the other key requirements of the role as outlined n the position description.

A copy of the position description can be found here.

This is a full time positon – part time hours may however be considered for the right candidate.

Senior Mental Health Clinician (maternity leave replacement contract)

EMPHN is looking for a Senior Mental Health Clinician to join our Referral and Access team, to assess and triage high risk and complex referrals for consumers, to ensure that consumers are allocated to the most appropriate mental health service to best support their presenting needs. 

This is a full time maternity leave replacement contract for a period of seven months to April 2019. 

Part time working arrangement may be considered for the correct candidate.

A copy of the Position Description can be found here.

Senior Manager, Service Implementation

EMPHN is looking for a Senior Manager, Service Implementation to provide leadership in our Mental Health & AOD team, to strategically engage and implement the Stepped Model of Care and other relevant reform initiatives. This role will drive the commissioning of integrated mental health, AOD and suicide prevention services/initiatives that are responsive to community needs as we transition to new models of care.

This is a full time role for a period of 12 months. 

A copy of the position description can be found here.

Mental Health and AOD Manager

We are seeking a Mental Health and AOD Manager to join our Mental Health team, to provide leadership and strategic stakeholder engagement for a range of mental health, AOD and suicide prevention initiatives. The role will drive commissioning of integrated services and other initiatives that are responsive to local needs, overseeing all aspects of the process including project initiation, co-design, procurement and contract management.

This is a full time position until 30 June 2019.

A copy of the position description can be found here