Suicide Prevention Manager, Aboriginal Engagement Southern NSW (Identified position)

Moruya or Queanbeyan
Applications open until a suitable candidate is sourced
  • Join an innovative, passionate team and undertake meaningful work to improve the wellbeing of Aboriginal communities in Southern NSW
  • Live local, work local, contribute to your community – Moruya or Queanbeyan
  • Full-time role with generous tax-free salary packaging option 

As Suicide Prevention Manager, Aboriginal Engagement Southern NSW (link to PD) you will be responsible for working with members of Aboriginal communities across Southern NSW to develop and implement a plan to reduce the number of deaths by suicides and attempts within Aboriginal communities. This is an identified position and sits in the Suicide Prevention Team. 

To be successful in this role you will:

  • Bring your demonstrated ability to manage stakeholders, communicate effectively, and build strong relationships with Aboriginal community members and agencies
  • Have sound knowledge and experience of the social, cultural, political and health issues affecting Aboriginal people, families, and communities in Southern NSW.
  • Possess strong project management and organisational skills
  • Have a strong sense of personal resilience and a passion for suicide prevention. 

About COORDINARE

COORDINARE – South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network (PHN) is one of 31 PHNs across Australia and one of 10 networks in NSW. COORDINARE works with diverse government, non-profit, education and research, and private care organisations to achieve improved health outcomes for our communities.

Together with their partners, COORDINARE aims to achieve one regional health system that provides exceptional care, promotes healthy choices and supports resilient communities.

How to apply

To be part of this exciting opportunity and our crucial work, find out more by downloading a copy of the position description at http://www.coordinare.org.au or contact Jo Riley on 0457 109449 to discuss. Applications must address the selection criteria and include a current CV and should be sent to careers@coordinare.org.au

Applications open until a suitable candidate is sourced