The position of Project Officer for Regional Credentialing and Scope of Practice (C&SoP) holds a pivotal role in advancing healthcare within the Grampians region.
This is a temporary position of 16 hours per week from February – December 2024
The C&SoP Project Officer will review and recommend a Grampians region-wide credentialing system. The C&SoP Project Officer will play a crucial role in coordinating and facilitating the development of necessary procedures, systems, and a governance framework to make the regional C&SoP process a reality.
This role aims to streamline the credentialing process, eliminate redundancies, and enhance efficiency for healthcare professionals. Additionally, it seeks to establish a unified and standardised approach to Scope of Practice across Grampians region health services, bridging gaps, ensuring well-informed decision-making, and promoting transparency.
This role is classified under the Health and Allied Services, Managers and Administrative Workers (Victorian Public Sector) (Single Interest Employers) Enterprise Agreement 2021 – 2025 at a HS3 (admin Grade 3) for 16 hours per week – limited tenure to end December 2024.
The successful candidates should have recent knowledge, experience, and skills in a project role in a Victorian Public Health Service and/or Medical Credentialing.
Appointment is subject to immunisation clearance (Including COVID-19) and current and satisfactory Employment Checks (Police and Working With Children Checks).
Enquiries should be directed to Kaushik Banerjea, Director of Medical Services on (03) 5352 9564.
The Position Description can be viewed and downloaded by selecting ‘Position Description’ below.
To apply please select ‘Apply online’ and complete as requested.
Please ensure you address the selection criteria, attach an up to date resume including two business referees by close of business 3 March 2024.
East Grampians Health Service is an equal opportunity employer.