This dynamic position will work within St Thomas Outpatient services to perform a wide range of administrative tasks under the direction of the Nurse Unit Manager in the support and facilitation of total patient management
. St Thomas is responsible for the provision of all primary care services at Port Phillip Prison.
Classification for this position will be HS1 ($58,442 per annum pro rata)
Use effective communication skills by providing prompt customer service requests
Schedule Primary Care and Secondary Outpatient appointments as requested
Maintain and prepare administration and medical files including, for admission and reception episodes including use of bradma labels
Generate patient data for health care staff on a timely basis and prepare medical reports as requested
Ensure that all medical files are maintained and stored according to established protocols
Assist with all management of medical information for Port Phillip Prison and forwarding other prison locations
Assist with Prisoner health movements coordination
Appropriately refer and ensure all inquiries are dealt with effectively and efficiently
Demonstrate ability to manage and achieve organisational change
Take part in ongoing communication forums conducted with unit staff
Adhere to all aspects of confidentiality in regard to patients, staff and personal documentation
Completion of Year 12 or equivalent literacy and numeracy
PSC Training Course
Excellent organisational skills and ability to prioritise workload
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Computer skills – working knowledge of Windows environment including word processing, spread sheets and database
Experience in healthcare preferred
What we offer
Salary Packaging – Increase your take home pay!
Employee Assistance Program
Ability to join Fitness Passport - Your pass to an extensive choice of fitness facilities
Staff Health Centre
Free car parking
Discounts and Promotions always available through our Foundation
Career development & advancement encouraged
Culture of continuous improvement
St Vincent's Correctional Health Service (SVCHS)
SVCHS at Port Phillip Prison is a 22 bed accredited health service onsite, primary, secondary and tertiary medical and primary mental health care to prisoners at Port Phillip Prison, Laverton. Port Phillip Prison is a maximum security male prison accommodating approximately 1107 inmates and is situated 20 km West of Melbourne.
Working at St Vincent’s
St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne (SVHM) is a leading teaching, research and tertiary health service. SVHM provides a diverse range of adult clinical services and is driven by values of Compassion, Justice, Integrity and Excellence.
Please attach your resume and cover letter to your application.
Shortlisting for this position will commence immediately. We encourage you to apply promptly as the advertisement may close early should a suitable applicant be sourced.
We encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and abilities. Inclusion is essential to our mission and diversity reflects the community we serve.
Please visit our website, for further information regarding our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment at SVHM.
SVHA has a duty of care under work health and safety legislation to eliminate and/or control the risk of transmission of vaccine preventable diseases in healthcare settings. You may therefore be required to undergo mandatory immunisations/vaccinations (including flu vaccinations).
Position Description and Critical Job Demands Checklist:
Review the following documents:
JR120030_Administration Officer September 2021.pdf
Nurse Unit Manager, Sue Cole, firstname.lastname@example.org
Clinical Consultant, Tania Dansie, email@example.com
10 November 2021 11:59pm
Reconciliation Action Plan:
At St Vincent's we acknowledge the importance of creating a work environment that is welcoming, safe, equitable and inclusive for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Employees. As part of our Commitment to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap in employment related outcomes, we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
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