Goulburn Health Hub Medical Centre Is offering a Medical Reception Traineeship
About the position
The successful applicant will have a desire and passion for this professional field and be committed to completing a Certificate III in Business Administration Traineeship; with full support and encouragement to develop skills to launch your career forward.
You must be eligible to complete a Certificate III in Business Administration*
Proposed start date is November 2016, however, a start date prior to November 2016 can be negotiated subject to finalizing recruitment, security and medical clearances.
In order to be accepted to complete this traineeship you must not have completed previous traineeships / apprenticeships or certificates
*Please Note: to ensure you meet the criteria please visit www.traineeship.net.au/eligibility.html
· Pro-actively make / reschedule appointment on the Best practice software system
· Maintain data accuracy and integrity for all records
· Preparation of correspondence, reports and other documentation
· Provide general office administration support including scanning / faxing & Photocopying
· Undertake invoicing and financial management tasks
· Participate in continuous improvement activities to streamline office management
· Maintain and develop effective working relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders
· Apply a sound knowledge of organization policies, procedures, key personnel and organizational structure
Skills & experience
· Intermediate to Advanced computing skills; particularly Microsoft applications
· Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills
· Ability to work within a team or as an individual
· Have the ability to plan and prioritize work to achieve job outcomes within defined time period
· Commitment to safety, quality and the principles of continuous improvement
· Ability to deal with confidential matters with discretion
· Polite telephone manner & very customer focused
How to apply
To be considered for this opportunity, YOU MUST apply by sending your resume to
email@example.com, Subject: Traineeship, Attention: Kristy Tate
We are unable to consider your application if it is not received in this way.
Interested applicants MUST have attached a copy of their current resume and cover letter addressing the above selection criteria for your application to be further considered.
To be eligible for appointment, applicants will require a security and medical assessment.
Please Note: Traineeships are for a 12-month period only, a permanent role is not necessarily guaranteed at the completion of the traineeship.
Applications close on Friday 21st October.
General Practice Nurse - Div 1 Full-time or Part-time
An exciting career opportunity exists for an experienced Practice Nurse to join the team of the Goulburn Health Hub Medical Practice.
This role would suit a Div 1 RN with long term goals in general practice and a passion for practice nursing.
Reporting to, and with the support of the Practice Manager, you will be a key member of the team contributing to the efficiency of the Practice.
The nursing role will incorporate both treatment room services and Chronic Disease Management
Job tasks and responsibilities include, (but are not limited to:)
Assisting in procedures
ECG and Spirometry
Chronic Disease Management
Stock maintenance and ordering
Management of recall and reminder systems
Skills and experience
Current AHPRA Registration
Previous experience in General Practice
Experience and thorough knowledge of Care Plans and Health Assessments
Current Indemnity insurance
Excellent communication, interpersonal and patient service skills
Courteous and professional manner
Ability to build trust and confidence with patients
Experience in supporting best practice and quality improvement strategies
Nurse Immuniser Certification - to be involved in our Workplace Flu Program
If you are passionate about health care, we'd love to hear from you!
Hourly rate is depending upon experience and will be negotiated with the successful applicant.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
Please address all enquiries to Sophie Ashton at firstname.lastname@example.org
ARW Multigroup have been busy working and the Health Hub is continuing to look better and better. Here are some shots taken on site in early April 2016.
From a health services perspective, Goulburn is currently in a very unique situation. The government has committed to investing $120million into the Base Hospital, while we at The Health Hub are planning to build a small Private Hospital. There is a real opportunity for us to work together and find synergies that will result in delivering Goulburn a state of the art health product and at the same time attracting quality doctors.
While the government’s pledge is significant, it is not enough to build an entirely new Base Hospital. Through communication and discussion about our shared direction, I believe that we can reduce the duplication and maximise the utility of services in both facilities. We must listen to the public and be flexible and sensitive to the demands for medical services.
Cities and Towns alike will either be a provider of health or a provider of patients. Goulburn is currently heading towards the latter. However, the health sector is enormous and expanding in so many areas. With leadership there is the opportunity to build a centre of health in Goulburn with the private and public systems working together and complementing one another.
In order to achieve this, we need to create a critical mass of health providers. We need surgeons and physicians to live and commit to Goulburn. It is the health providers who will ultimately make this succeed. Generational change is critical.
To attract doctors, we need new facilities, state of the art equipment and the flexibility to work both publicly and privately. These are the building blocks to creating a thriving medical community as Goulburn saw in the 1950s.
Success will only come from us drawing on patients from surrounding areas where there are huge markets. Our competitors are: Southern Highlands; Yass; and potentially even Orange and Canberra. The delivery of health has changed vastly in the last 40 years. If we can keep pace with these advancements and react to market demands we can overtake our competitors. We have many advantages: a good accessible work force living in a town/city with some of the cheapest rents/house prices in NSW.
Currently, both the Health Hub and Health Infrastructure are working in isolation of one another, despite one of the government’s new directions being to work in synergy with the private sector to maximise mutual benefits. Collaboration between all health providers in Goulburn must be encouraged. Let’s use our comparative advantages and together, build a thriving medical industry in Goulburn.