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It is an exciting time to be part of Maternal Child Health & Immunisation Services. Having recently completed a full review of the service, Council is investing in MCH&I’s future, strengthening its contribution to high quality outcomes for the community. To guide this journey, a new strategic plan is under development. As the leader of the Service, the Coordinator MCH&I will play a key role in shaping the future by implementing the strategic plan, leading an engaged team, building strong stakeholder relationships and delivering an outstanding service.
Nillumbik Shire Council is pleased to be able to offer an exciting opportunity for a suitably skilled and experienced professional to take up the role of Coordinator Maternal and Child Health and Immunisation service. The position has direct responsibility for eight Maternal and Child Health Nurses, Business Support Officer and Playgroup facilitator.
The role sits within the Community Programs Department of Council and is aligned to broader child, youth and family strategies.
Using contemporary practice, service improvement and excellence to respond to the needs of the community regarding Maternal & Child Health care, the MCH co-ordinator has three major functional responsibilities:
Leadership and staff management
Strategic Service Planning and Development
Specialist liaison and advocate
Relevant experience leading clinical governance in a community based service and Local Government is also an advantage.
This is a permanent part-time position with an attractive remuneration package paid in accordance with the Nillumbik Shire Council MCHN Enterprise Agreement 2016/2019.