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Project Officer (HSM1) Mental Health Pathways in PracticeHealth Education and Training Institute
Employment Type : Temporary Full Time - up to March 20222 Position Classification : Health Manager Level 1 Remuneration : $74,629.22 - $100,390.27 Hours Per Week : 38 Requisition ID : REQ210418 Are you a dynamic Project Officer with administrative experience who enjoys working in a collaborative team environment? Do you have a keen interest in contributing to a project that aim’s to support mental health care in NSW Health? If so, then this exciting role offers the opportunity to contribute to the development and delivery of a NSW Health State-wide capability enhancement program primarily for mental health staff.
Where you&39;ll be working The Health Education and Training Institute is a Pillar organisation of NSW health and provides education and training services to the NSW Health workforce. NSW Health organisations adopt the CORE Values of Collaboration, Openness, respect and Empowerment. The HETI Mental Health Portfolio is committed to the development of education and training that supports the delivery of trauma informed, recovery orientated and consumer focused care.
This role is based at our North Parramatta Campus which is well serviced by public transport links with access to free onsite car parking. HETI offers competitive remuneration (base salary plus super and leave loading), a monthly ADO (for full-time staff), a range of flexible working options including work from home arrangement, and discounted access to fitness facilities. As an educational and training institute, ongoing professional development is well embedded in our organisation.
You&39;ll also have access to comprehensive leave entitlements and many other great benefits of working for NSW Government. To learn more about HETI, please visit https://www.heti.
nsw.gov.au/ What you&39;ll be doing The Mental Health Pathways in Practice (MHNPiP) is a continuous professional development program to support the application of a standardised capability Framework for staff working in NSW Health mental health services.
The development and application of this pathway, currently in development, will support the mental health workforce to have a standardised knowledge base and the ability to apply skills required to provide care within NSW Public Mental Health Services. The Project Officer will contribute to the MHPiP program through assisting and supporting the development, evaluation and monitoring of the project, including project reporting consistent with the HETI Performance Agreement and Strategic Business Plans. Demonstrate well-developed project management and organisational skills, with the ability to successfully manage day-to-day issues and meet deadlines.
Demonstrate well-developed oral and written communication and interpersonal skills with an ability to build effective working relationships with key stakeholders. Demonstrate intermediate to advanced skills with applications e.g.
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