Project Coordinator

Fixed-term, Full time until October 2025Based in Darwin Are you an enthusiastic and motivated person with experience of project coordination, and can help improve service delivery and program evaluation to positively affect health care for people with kidney disease?If this sounds like you, join our team to help make a difference. About the role:Menzies is looking for a Project Coordinator to work as part of our Territory Kidney Care (TKC) Team, which is part of the Renal Health Program.TKC is a digital clinical decision support tool designed to facilitate the early identification and management of kidney disease to delay and prevent the requirement for dialysis and improve the patient journey. Under the direction of the Head Renal Health Program, this role is responsible for project coordination that supports the implementation, uptake and evaluation of TKC by working closely with the TKC System Administrator and Renal Project Manager.The Project Coordinator will:Work closely with the TKC System Administrator (Health Informatics Research Nurse) and Project Manager to coordinate TKC stakeholder activities, such as scheduling regular meetings with health services, Implementation Officers and Clinical Reference Groups and documenting user preference requirements.Coordinate the gathering, collating and documenting of TKC feedback for developmental changes as well as evaluation purposes.Undertake administrative activities such as component mapping, updating location mapping, reviewing and actioning audit logs and assist and supervise staff.Support data entry and training into stakeholder systems to ensure data quality into TKC is comprehensive and timely undertaking linkage checks.Please see Position Description for a full list of primary responsibilities. What you will bring: As an enthusiastic, and motivated individual with relevant tertiary qualifications, you will already have a demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, including the ability to develop reports and communiques for a variety of professional audiences and prepare training documentation. You will also possess:Demonstrated experience and understanding of clinical information systems used in primary care (e.g. Communicare /PCIS).Project or administrative coordination experience, including liaising with and obtaining cooperation from diverse stakeholders.Very good (intermediate to advanced) computer skills including experience in using Microsoft Office software.Demonstrated ability to work in a team and independently under general direction within scope of practice.Demonstrated organizational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise while maintaining a high level of attention to detail.The ability to interact effectively in a culturally safe manner with people from diverse cultures. What you will get: Menzies is one of Australia’s leading medical research institutes dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and a leader in global and tropical research into life-threatening illnesses. If making a positive health impact in Australia and across our region excites and motivates you, join us as we continue to translate our research into effective programs and partnerships in communities across Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, and find enduring solutions to health problems that matter.As a recognised national leader in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research, education and research training, Menzies is committed to providing a culturally inclusive and supportive work environment, and ensuring our workforce is representative of the people with and for whom we work. We seek to amplify First Nations voices in all aspects of our work, and we strongly encourage Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply for this position. Benefits of working for MenziesExciting career opportunity with one of Australia’s leading health research institutes6 weeks annual leave per annum15 days per annum of personal/ sick leaveSignificant salary packaging benefits, eg option to increase superannuation to 14% If you have any questions regarding the role, please contact:Radwan Rahman TalukderProgram ManagerWellbeing and Preventable Chronic DiseasesEmail: radwanrahman.talukder@menzies.edu.au How to Apply:Please click on the 'Apply' button to submit your application.  Applicants are required to provide the following supporting documents:Cover letterUpdated resumeA statement addressing the selection criteria (No more than 2 pages)Any other relevant supporting documentation    For a copy of the position description or to find more information on how to apply for this role please visit Menzies careers website: http://careers.menzies.edu.au/ or phone Human Resources on 08 8946 8409. Closing date:  Monday, 10 October 2022 Please click on link below for the Position DescriptionPosition Description 113280 AUD Darwin 0800