About the role
The Grants Officer is part of the team responsible for providing holistic support and advice to Anyinginyi program staff and Section Managers to enable sections and the organisation to consistently meet the funding terms and conditions of grant submissions, grant monitoring and reporting compliance processes.
The position will also be proactive in seeking out and following up funding opportunities and support for Anyinginyi programs in collaboration with Section Managers, and to manage and acquit current grant funding agreements.
The position reports to the Grants Coordinator and has significant requirements in relation to professional conduct, understanding of culturally responsive service delivery and the ethos of comprehensive primary health care.
A full position description is attached below.
KEY SELECTION CRITERIA
- Respect for traditional Aboriginal Culture and cultural diversity and the ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Aboriginal/culturally diverse people.
- Understanding of Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) individual responsibilities and in the workplace, including demonstrated awareness of conditions for remote living and travel safety.
- Demonstrated ability to seek both government and non-government funding opportunities.
- Experience in writing and applying for government and non-government grants
- Experience managing complex and multiple grant terms and conditions of grants for various funding bodies for both government and non-government grants.
- Experience in financial and narrative reporting and the acquitting of grants for various funding bodies for both government and non-government grants
- Demonstrated ability to communicate at a high level using both written and verbal communication skills to a wide range of internal and external stakeholders and agencies relevant to primary health care and related services.
- Demonstrate effective time management skills, including ability to monitor and maintain reminder tools for timely completion of reporting requirements, delivery of Anyinginyi grant performance indicators and other compliance requirements relevant to Anyinginyi Health
- Demonstrated ability to contribute to effective data collection tools leading to effective representation of services and service delivery of Anyinginyi and the status of grants performance indicators
- Current NT Driver’s License.
- Obtain or be in possession of an OCHRE Card.
- Previous experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
- Knowledge of social and health issues confronting Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory
- Previous experience working in a remote area
About the organisation
Anyinginyi Health adopts a social community development approach to delivering primary health care ensuring Aboriginal people have the right to affordable, accessible and appropriate health care. Primary Health care has a broad focus on the social conditions and environment rather than just health care service. Anyinginyi Health holistic approach is based on social justice, equity, community inclusion and social acceptability broadly linked with the social determinants of health.
For further information, please contact Anastasia Power (HR Officer) on 08 89 6252 633.