Position Vacant: Clinical Resource Project Coordinator, NEDC
- Join a collaboration of people and organisations with an expertise in eating disorders.
- Be surrounded by passionate and supportive colleagues.
- Fixed-Term 12-month contract.
- Full time with flexibility.
- Dynamic and innovative role in rewarding NFP.
- Impressive employee benefits, and salary packaging available.
The National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC) is funded by Australian Government to help build and maintain a nationally consistent approach to the prevention and management of eating disorders. The NEDC also makes evidence-based information accessible to a wide range of audiences across Australia. The Butterfly Foundation is the auspicing body for NEDC.
The primary purpose of the role of Clinical Resource Project Coordinator is to draw on clinical experience to contribute to the care system building and communications projects of the NEDC. This involves research translation and knowledge mobilisation, ensuring that evidence-based information is presented in ways that are accessible and appealing to clinicians working in a variety of contexts. The position also requires skills in stakeholder engagement to ensure that the needs of particular audiences are understood and met.
Roles & Responsibilities Include:
- Collaborate with the NEDC team and other key stakeholders in the development and implementation of planning and clinical tools to support the provision of evidence-based eating disorder services across a range of health settings.
- Utilise own clinical experience, and that of others within and beyond the team, to inform the development of clinical tools, including flow-charts, how-to guides, quick reference guides, checklists, eLearning modules, web forms, and other types of tool as per identified need.
- Maintain NEDC’s eLearning courses, including all administration processes associated with the Learning Management System, regular reviews and updates of content as required and any external requirements regarding third party accreditation.
- Review the existing suite of reports and frameworks produced by the NEDC and identify opportunities for resource development that will translate these materials into resources that can be easily used in a health practice context.
- Qualification in a medical or allied health discipline, with eligibility to register through the appropriate regulatory body (e.g. AHPRA or equivalent)
- Knowledge of health services and health professional networks relevant to the NEDC’s work.
- Demonstrated experience working in a clinical setting, where a substantial part of the role involved identifying, responding to and/or treating people with eating disorders.
- Interest and experience in developing tools or resources to enhance and optimise current practices.
- High level of proficiency in making clinical or technical information clear and easy to follow.
- Demonstrated skills and interest in visual communication, design and use of graphic elements to enhance understanding of a topic or process.
All applicants should supply their resume and address the selection criteria as detailed in the Position Description, in a separate cover letter.
Applications should be submitted by email to Human Resources at email@example.com with Subject Title: Clinical Resource Project Coordinator, NEDC
Closing Date: 22nd June 2022, please note that if we receive a high level of applications, the vacancy may close earlier than stated. Therefore, we would encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible.
For enquiries about this position, please email firstname.lastname@example.org