- 0.8 Permanent Part Time Contract
- 12 month temporary contract
- MCH casual relieving positions
- Rewarding opportunity to support families in the Whitehorse Municipality
- Work close to home in a supportive Maternal Child Health Nurse team
At Whitehorse City Council, community is at the heart of everything we do. To stay ahead of the evolving changes and needs of the community, the organisation is undertaking an exciting transformation journey that will transform ways of working and will empower employees to be innovative and constantly striving towards providing excellent customer experience at all times. The five pillars of our transformation focus on:
- Excellent Customer Experience and Service Delivery
- Great Organisational Culture
- Innovation and Continuous Improvement
- Good Governance and Integrity
- Long Term Financial Sustainability
Whitehorse City Council has an exciting opportunity to join our supportive Maternal and Child Health Team. We have six multi nurse Family Centres across the municipality. Your role will be to promote the quality of life and independence of families with young children 0-6 years through the provision of appropriate advice and information in relation to their children’s health, growth, and development.
Permanent position available as well as a 12 month temporary contract. Each of these positions are .8EFT, however consideration will be made for reduced EFT across multiple applicants. In addition, multiple casual relieving positions are available.
Upcoming MCH graduates are welcomed to apply, with employment pending successful completion of their MCH qualifications. This role provides a great opportunity for new graduates to consolidate their practice with Whitehorse Maternal & Child Health graduate support.
To be successful in this role, you must have well-developed interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with a diverse range of families, other professionals and team members. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite is required and a knowledge of CDIS Computer programs would be beneficial.
Further information is available from Sam Nicholson on 9262 6355. Applications must address the key selection criteria listed in the position description. Applications close midnight Sunday 2 October 2022.
The successful candidate must provide evidence of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment.