Careers at WQPHN

Current positions

Accounts Officer (Brisbane)

Part time, 0.8 FTE - 60.8 hours per fortnight.

We are seeking applications from individuals to provide high quality financial and administrative support to the Financial Controller, Chief Operating Officer (COO), and Business & Commissioning Services Unit (BCSU) in Brisbane. Main accountabilities of the position include payroll and bookkeeping functions for accounts payable.

Accountabilities

The Accounts Officer shall achieve key accountability and performance indicators, including:

  1. Assist the Financial Controller with the accounts payable function including checking, coding and processing invoices and reimbursements for payment in MYOB consistent with the financial delegations policy and appropriate approvals.
  2. Timely and accurate processing of end-to-end payroll including salary packaging, leave management and superannuation.
  3. Provide support to COO and BCSU as required on matters such as assets and leases management and other financial activity, through the Financial Controller
  4. As delegated by the Financial Controller contribute to the preparation of BAS activities within deadlines, and regular reports including spreadsheet analysis for payroll and accounts forecasts.
  5. Assist the Financial Controller with the preparation and reconciliation of bank accounts.
  6. Assist the Financial Controller with the preparation and reconciliation of credit cards.
  7. If required, assist in accounts receivable processing and invoicing.
  8. Assist the Financial Controller in preparing for the annual financial audit process.
  9. Demonstrate compliance with ethical, professional, legal, financial, and employment obligations, finance policies as approved by the Board, and with WQPHN QMS policies and procedures.
  10. Undertake other such duties, project work, and training as may reasonably be required and which are consistent with the level of responsibility of this position.

For the full description of the position available, please CLICK HERE

EOIs and Applications addressing the key selection criteria (giving brief examples) and your CV/resume should be submitted as soon as possible, Email: hr@wqphn.com.au



Administration Officer (Roma)

Parental leave relief role. Casual, Part Time: 0.6 FTE across 3 days. Hours or days may vary for weekly coverage with another position.

The Western Queensland Primary Health Network (WQPHN) provides support to primary health practices and commissioned service providers throughout Western Queensland to achieve our vision: "Western Queenslanders experiencing better health".

We are seeking expressions of Interest from experienced administration officers  to support WQPHN's business activities, including the management of records, fleet leases, assets, reports, minutes, and correspondence.

The position will be based in our Roma office and may include working from home arrangements.. 

Key accountabilities include (summary):

  1. Professional administrative and general office support for the Business & Commissioning Services Unit (BCSU) including the management of records including reports, minutes, and correspondence in SharePoint, Dropbox and Open Windows.
  2. Assist the COO and Financial Controller with business system risk management by maintaining Registers for Fleet Vehicle leases, Office leases and Accommodation leases.
  3. Liaise with fleet service provider and WQPHN drivers to ensure leasing, maintenance and use of vehicles is managed in accordance with relevant policy.  
  4. Manage travel bookings in Serko for designated teams and liaise with Corporate Traveller to complete approved process.
  5. Designated point of contact for the Roma office, local events and related duties.

Remuneration includes attractive salary packaging options.

WQPHN encourages expressions of interest from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants.

For the full position description click here 

EOIs and Applications will be considered if they address the key selection criteria (giving brief examples of relevant experience only) and accompanied by your CV/resume. Please submit as soon as possible by COB 6 July 2020.

For more information contact Daryl on 0429 916662 or hr@wqphn.com.au


Coordinator, Commissioning & Alliancing (Health Service Providers)

Do you share our vision to make a difference for those living in the land of drought and flooding rains?

At WQPHN we are passionate about commissioning health services to achieve our shared vision for a comprehensive integrated primary health care system that, delivers "Western Queenslanders experiencing better health".

The Nukal Murra Alliance is a leading example of what can be achieved with collaboration by the community controlled service providers.

We are seeking expressions of interest from experienced health project professionals capable of building strong working relationships with partner organisations, AICCHS and local primary health care service providers, Hospitals, Pharmacies, local government and community networks.

The position will ideally be based in one of our regional offices (Winton, Mount Isa, or Roma). These centres provide great opportunities for those seeking to escape the rat race or cash out of city living.  Candidates must be able to regularly travel throughout Western Queensland (subject to Government guidance re Covid-19).

Remuneration includes very attractive salary packaging options.

WQPHN encourages expressions of interest from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants.

EOIs and Applications addressing the key selection criteria (giving brief examples) and your CV/resume should be submitted as soon as possible, by 15 June. Email: hr@wqphn.com.au

  • Support the Executive Manager in reviewing commissioning alliances, engaging with a range of stakeholders and providers to achieve better co-design and outcomes
  • Develop positive relationships and cultural protocols with all stakeholders.
  • Understand all DoH Funding agreements, KPIs, funding breakdowns, schedules and compliance
  • Lead designated projects such as Out of Home Care, service integration and referral pathways.
  • Provide regular reporting and monitoring on key achievements, challenges, particularly relating to contract performance, service delivery, health data,and outcomes for Western Queenslanders.

For the full Position Description containing the key selection criteria please click here or contact Sandy Gillies on 0456 001 673 or email: hr@wqphn.com.au