- Salary: $109,040 + Super
- Location: Darwin
Northern Territory PHN leads the development and coordination of an equitable, comprehensive primary health care system and an engaged health workforce driven by community needs.
About the Opportunity
This role is responsible for working with internal and external stakeholders to identify opportunities, develop, co-design or integrate service or system responses to address service gaps, create a better experience for patients, encourage better use of health resources, eliminate service duplication, build health workforce capacity, and improve the quality of care. While NT PHN activities address the whole of the primary health sector, specific areas of focus are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, remote health, primary care and workforce planning.
The role facilitates and supports the participation of people with a lived experience to enable them to take an active and meaningful role in service planning and design.
Reporting to the Mental Health & Alcohol and Other Drugs Reform Manager, and with an initial focus on mental health and suicide prevention regional planning this role is responsible for:
- Understand the strategic priorities, core business, funding deliverables and requirements of NT PHN and RWA NT, and ensure activity is closely aligned.
- Lead data analysis, literature review, stakeholder engagement, consultation, service and workforce mapping, market, and gap analysis activities to inform program level needs assessment and prioritisation to inform the strategic priorities, plans and initiatives
- Lead the assessment of internal and external opportunities in collaboration with internal stakeholders ensuring consistency and alignment to NT PHN priorities
- Develop strategies, policies and plans reflecting organisational and jurisdictional priorities and directions in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders
- Utilising co-design principles, drive the planning and design service delivery, reform, and workforce initiatives in response to identified priorities, including identification of inputs (human and financial resource requirements), outputs (service, advocacy, collaboration, integration, service, or system reform), outcomes and evaluation.
- Facilitate and support the participation of people with a lived experience to enable them to take an active and meaningful role in service planning and design.
- Facilitate opportunities for integrated solutions within the primary care and across primary care and other social care sectors including opportunities for co-commissioning.
- Facilitate coordination of internal stakeholders coordinating skills, resources, and activity to accomplish complex projects.
- Design and undertake program evaluation including the collation of qualitative and quantitative data and undertaking stakeholder consultation to inform:
- service and systems improvements
- service specifications and/or contracts
- the potential redistribution of resources
- our understanding of relative need
- Work respectfully and inclusively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and people form diverse backgrounds.
- Contribute to a positive workplace culture by working collaboratively and purposefully across the organisation identifying opportunities for innovation and improvement.
- Proactive approach to work health and safety, specifically taking responsibility for the health and safety of self and others.
The responsibilities listed above are indicative and not intended to be comprehensive. Responsibilities may vary from time to time. You may be required to perform a range of tasks that are outside your main list of responsibilities, but are within the scope of your skill, competency and training, or are incidental and peripheral to your main responsibilities.
What’s in it for You
- Working for NT PHN means being a part of an organisation with a bigger picture purpose to improve health care outcomes for Territorians
- Enjoy up to $15,899 of salary sacrifice and a generous base salary
- Enjoy a vast, fast paced and challenging work environment where you will work as a part of a dynamic, supportive and collaborative team
- Enjoy flexible working arrangements, work life balance and a positive, professional work culture
- Receive 6 weeks leave per annum
- Enjoy the opportunity to develop your skills, knowledge and career
- Have the freedom to apply innovative and creative thinking
- Enjoy bring your dog to work Fridays and active social club
Commitment to Reconciliation
NT PHN is committed to undertaking all work within a culturally inclusive, sensitive and safe framework that supports Reconciliation. The NT PHN Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan shows our commitment and dedication to embedding reconciliation initiatives into business and our everyday work.
Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged for all NT PHN positions.
Visit our website https://www.ntphn.org.au/about/join-us/
Role Description – Strategic and Planning Lead (AOD and Mental Health)
If you have any questions or for more information about the role, please contact Lisa Sparrow the System Integration Manager on 08 8982 1001.