Fixed term, full time appointment (to 30 June 2025)
Professional Level 10 Salary $123,898 – $137,506 pa
Plus 17% superannuation and 4 weeks annual leave
Oversee all aspects of project management for the Australian Nurse-Family Partnership Program National Support Service.
About the Position
The Australian Nurse-Family Partnership Program (ANFPP) is a home visiting program that supports women pregnant with an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander child to help them become the best mum possible. ANFPP clients are offered support and guidance during early pregnancy and on into their baby's infancy and toddlerhood. The ANFPP is an important early investment into the future of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in local communities.
The ANFPP National Support Service (ANFPP NSS) supports the delivery of the program by providing education, data reports and ongoing support to the ANFPP program sites. With over 40% First Nations team members, the NSS also provides cultural mentoring, supervision and support.
As the Senior Program Manager, you are responsible for all aspects of project management of the ANFPP NSS, maintaining oversight of ANFPP activities (in conjunction with the Program Co-Leads) to ensure a high quality and effective support service.
To be successful, you will possess:
To view the responsibilities of the role please click on the: Position Profile
Appointment to this role will be at Professional Level 10. The base salary will be in the range $123,898 - $137,506 per annum. The total remuneration package will be in the range of $144,960 - $160,882 per annum including 17% superannuation.
What's in it for you?
How to Apply
All applications must be received online via the 'apply' button and should include your resume and a 1-2 page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role.
For a confidential discussion please contact Professor Sue Kruske on 0418 882 337 or email [email protected]
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Applications Close: Monday 13 February 2023