Information Services & Performance Analytics, Finance & Performance Services, Bundaberg or Hervey Bay Hospitals
An exciting opportunity is currently available for a Project Coordinator (ICT Systems) (AO5) with Information Services & Performance Analytics, Finance & Performance Services at Bundaberg or Hervey Bay Hospital within the Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service. This opportunity is only available to current employees and employees seconded into Queensland Health, registered deployees and priority employees.
Position status Permanent
Position type Full-time
Occupational group Health - Health Service Support
Workplace Location Wide Bay
Job ad reference QLD/H2104WB368206
Closing date 21-Apr-2021
Yearly salary $90193 - $98135
Total remuneration $90193 up to $111971
Job duration Permanent Full Time (76 hours p.f.)
Contact person Tammy Street
Contact details 0448 017 736
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To lead and manage the development and implementation of small to medium scale information technology projects, by ensuring successful completion within agreed performance criteria that contribute to patient and business outcomes for the Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service (WBHHS).
Only current employees and employees seconded into Queensland Health, registered deployees and priority employees are eligible to apply.
Prior to being made an offer of employment, you will be required to demonstrate immunity to the following Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD): Hepatitis B, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella (chicken pox) and Pertussis (whooping cough).
From 9th December 2019 all new employees will be required to be assessed for their risk of Tuberculosis (TB). For further information regarding TB please visit Queensland Health website: Tuberculosis
Find out more in the Role Description.
You will receive a competitive remuneration package value up to $111,971 p.a., comprising salary between $90,193 - $98,135 p.a., employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%) and annual leave loading (17.5%) (AO5) (Permanent Full Time, 76 hours p.f.) (Applications will remain current for 12 months). Job Ad Reference: H2104WB368206.
Other benefits include:
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How to apply:
The Role Description and Information Package provide specific information on how to apply for the advertised position. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Wide Bay Recruitment at Recruitment-Wide-Bay@health.qld.gov.au
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