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Aboriginal Liaison Officer

Calvary - Bruce, SA

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
Source: uWorkin

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Aboriginal Liaison Officer, ASO 3

Calvary Public Hospital Bruce, ACT

Permanent Full Time, Permanent Part Time

Salary Range: $65,976 - $71,004 (Plus Super)

About Calvary Public Hospital Bruce

Calvary Public Hospital Bruce (CPHB) is a 265 bed multi-discipline, modern health care facility serving the ACT community. At CPHB, our patients and their families expect a highly skilled, compassionate and dedicated workforce. Calvary staff pride themselves on ‘being for others’. The patient journey is at the centre of Calvary’s philosophy within our models of care.

About the role

The Aboriginal Hospital Liaison Officer (AHO) at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce plays an important role in the care, welfare and assistance of Aboriginal patients and families. The ALO assists patients and families to access health and support services and to ensure a responsive and respectful patient journey through the provision of advocacy in the clinical and non-clinical aspects of the patient journey. To do this, the ALO provides a level of support to clients regarding their admission, understanding of treatment, case management, referral pathways, and discharge and an awareness of follow-up treatment for Aboriginal patients.

The ALO is notified of Aboriginal patients when they are admitted or when they attend Outpatients clinics. This connection is reliant on patients choosing to identify as Aboriginal when talking with staff. The ALO is aligned through Social Work and can be contacted through the Department of Social Work and Psychology for patient support in urgent or essential situations and has the resources of the Department available for support and professional education as needed. ALOs are highly valued members of the multidisciplinary team across Calvary.

What you bring

Excellent written and oral communication skills and an ability to communicate effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
An understanding of the needs of Aborignal and Torres Strait Islander people and health workers in healthcare settings
A commitment to 'Being for Others' - you do what you say you will do
Excellent time management skills - hospitals are fast paced environments
A desire to join a team committed to the care of others in a mission based organisation

How to apply?

Applicants are expected to respond in writing and include the following:

A one page cover letter outlining why you believe you are suitable for this role (a response to selection criteria is NOT required and will not be considered as part of your application)
Current Resume that includes contact details for at least 2 professional referees

Closing date for applications: 11:45pm Monday 28th June 2021

Applications must be submitted online via: http://www.calvary-act.com.au/career-vacancies.html

Note the outcome of this recruitment may be used to appoint to temporary, full-time and part-time positions within 12 months.

We are unable to accept emailed applications, resumes or phone calls from recruitment agencies.

Please note: attached to the job advertisement on the Calvary Careers portal are important documents relating to the role. Please ensure you view these documents before beginning your application. It is suggested that you download a copy of these for your reference.

As part of the application process, you may be required to participate in a health evaluation, which could include face to face assessment and drug and alcohol testing, to ensure your suitability for the role.

Contact Officer for further information:
Karen Dell

Director Social Work and Psychology

Phone: (02) 6201 6111

Email: Karen.Dell@calvary-act.com.au

Or

Lisa Jacques

Social Worker

Phone: (02) 6201 6111

Email: Lisa.Jaques@calvary-act.com.au

Selection Criteria Essential: A minimum qualification of Certificate 3 in Aboriginal Primary Health Care or have completed at least 1 year of a health related undergraduate degree
Essential: Knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and cultures and an understanding of the issues impacting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in contemporary Australian society, particularly in the context of health care services
Essential: Ability to draw on knowledge of the local Aboriginal Community to advocate for the needs of Aboriginal patients by educating and advising other health professionals on the delivery of culturally safe and secure healthcare
Essential: Ability to effectively and sensitively communicate with patients, families and staff in the health care environment
Essential: Ability to organise workloads, to be flexible and to respond effectively to priorities and deadlines within a multidisciplinary team
Essential: Demonstrated capacity to follow policies and procedures and to use sound judgement
Essential: Demonstrated computer skills and ability to provide statistical data collected for monthly reports
Essential: Commitment to professional development including supervision
Essential: MANDATORY - Certificate of Confirmation of Aboriginality
Contact Person Karen Dell
Contact Number (00) 6201 6111
Contact Email Karen.Dell@calvary-act.com.au
Alternate Contact Person Lisa Jacques
Alternate Contact Number (02) 6201 6111
Alternate Contact Email Lisa.jacques@calvary-act.com.au
Closing Date 28/06/2021