November 2020

EOI - Speech Pathologist Tiny Tots Talking and The Hive Health Project


Speech Pathologist Level 1/Level 2
Temporary Full Time (up to 12 months) (Job Share may be considered for part time hours)
Doonside and Mount Druitt Community Health Centres


This Expression of Interest is open to current casual, temporary and permanent staff of WSLHD.

Position Summary:

Provision of Speech Pathology services to Early Childhood Education and Care Centres (ECEACs) in Blacktown LGA via direct intervention with children and their families as well as consultation, collaboration and training of staff. This role will provide a professional level of service with a commitment to multidisciplinary and evidence based approaches to managing clients and promoting health. This role will identify and assess children attending specified preschools / child care centres in Blacktown LGA with speech, language, fluency, voice and feeding disorders

Essential criteria:
Qualification: Recognised Degree or equivalent in Speech Pathology and eligible for practicing membership of Speech Pathology Australia

Selection Criteria:

To obtain a copy of the selection criteria and to submit your expression of interest, please contact Alison Harding on Alison.Harding@health.nsw.gov.au

Closing Date: 19 November

Contact for more information

Alison Harding

(02) 9881 1200


Submitted by Olivia Liu

EOI - Clinical Performance & Practice Improvement Manager


Health Manager Level 4
Temporary Full Time (Up to 13 weeks)
Cumberland Campus

This Expression of Interest is open to current casual, temporary and permanent staff of WSLHD.

Position Summary:
The Mental Health Clinical Performance and Practice Improvement Manager provides leadership and management of patient safety, clinical quality processes and corporate risk mitigation for the District Mental Health Services. This includes processes relating to accreditation, clinical governance and litigation.
The Clinical Performance and Practice Improvement Manager provides high level support and advice to the Mental Health Executive and other senior managers in relation to quality and risk management functions.

Selection Criteria:
Please contact Prof Vlasios Brakoulias on 9840 3942 or wslhd-mentalhealth@health.nsw.gov.au for the selection criteria.

For any questions in relation to this expression of interest, please contact Prof Vlasios Brakoulias on 9840 3942.

Closing Date: 23 November 

Contact for more information

Carolyn Fozzard


Submitted by Taylah Sherlock

EOI - Nurse Unit Manager


Nurse Unit Manager Level 1
Temporary Full Time (Up to 10 January 2021)
Blacktown Hospital

This Expression of Interest is open to current casual, temporary and permanent staff of WSLHD.

Position Summary:
The NUM is responsible for the coordination of patient services, unit management and nursing staff management within (ward/unit) consistent with the strategic directions of Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD).
The NUM takes responsibility for the health care environment and standard of patient care, with accountability for culture, quality and safety, patient flow, financial management, change management and the experience of patients in that ward/unit.

Essential criteria:
Checks: Working with Children Check & National Police Check
Registration: Current registration as a Registered Nurse with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)

Selection Criteria:
1. Demonstrated relevant clinical nursing experience with postgraduate nursing qualifications in specialty or management, or working towards same
2. Demonstrated ability to lead change and to balance competing demands.
3. Demonstrated ability to motivate, manage and develop nursing/midwifery staff
4. Demonstrated effective interpersonal and communication skills
5. Proven ability to assess nursing/ resource requirements and utilisation

Closing Date: 19 November

Contact for more information

Arthur Medida

8670 0265


Submitted by Recruitment Services - Taylah Sherlock

EOI - IT Business Partner (Customer Engagement Partner)


Health Manager Level 3 - Temporary Full Time (Up to 12 months)
Cumberland Hospital

DHS is looking for an IT Business Partner to be a strategic link between DHS and business areas within WSLHD.

The role provides highly valued consulting support and guidance through established WSLHD IT framework, and serves as the primary IT point of contact for functional area managers:

• Partnering with business leads and key stakeholders to define opportunities and manage the technical request consultation process required within DHS.
• Communicating decisions, priorities and relevant information to appropriate levels of staff regarding business unit requests, projects and initiatives.
• Operate as key business contact representing DHS in promoting its services and capabilities.
• Ability to work with the business to understand pain points and gather high level business requirement
• Engage with 3rd party vendors to understand technical system requirements including infrastructure and desktop
• Provide support in delivering technology solutions that meet explicit needs of the business.
• Focus on IT enablers that serve identified strategic initiatives and planning activities for their business area.
• Understand the hospital, community and primary health care ecosystems with proven ability in understanding of healthcare processes including workflows and information requirements.
• Enable the functional area to achieve business objectives through the effective use of technology and engagement with relevant DHS Teams.

Please submit a coversheet detailing your relevant experience for the role and make contact to obtain a copy of the Position Description.

Closing Date: 19 November

Contact for more information

Matt Hou

0434 322 448


Submitted by Recruitment Services - Melanie Whiticker

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