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Engagement and Development Officer

The Engagement and Development Officer (0.6, FTE) will play an integral part in LiverWELL incorporating Hepatitis Victoria’s commitment to build a response to liver health that is community lead and to work in collaboration with others who share the same vision.

This role will engage with individuals with lived experience of hepatitis and liver disease, volunteers and the broader community. It will also support the work to generate further resources to grow the organisation.

This is an opportunity to combine your confident and articulate manner with a passion for improving outcomes for individuals living with a chronic health condition, and will include the following key responsibility areas:

  • Community participation, including public speakers, Heroes and advocates
  • Volunteer engagement and recognition
  • Health coaching and disease self-management
  • Fundraising

People living with viral hepatitis or liver disease, Aboriginal people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Applications close: 10am on Tuesday 5 January 2021

  • To apply: send your CV and a covering letter addressing the key selection criteria to admin@hepvic.org.au.
  • Interviews will be conducted remotely during January.

Call Sarah Kleinitz on (03) 9385 9109 if you would like to discuss the role further.

Clinical and Knowledge Lead

The Clinical and Knowledge Lead (up to 5 days full time) will play an integral part in LiverWELL’s commitment to building a response to liver health that is community lead and to work in collaboration with others who share the same vision.  It will drive our work in championing best practice liver care and increasing the willingness of community and health care workers to respond to liver disease.

This role will also oversee the structuring, retention and sharing of its resources and knowledge including working with a range of clinical experts to further our understanding of viral hepatitis and other liver conditions.

This role will lead the Clinical and Knowledge team and report to the General Manager on a day-to-day basis, with overall accountability to the CEO.

  • This is an opportunity to combine your confident and articulate manner with a passion for improving outcomes for individuals living with a chronic health condition
  • All applicants should have tertiary qualifications in nursing or other healthcare-related field and demonstrated experience interacting with the medical community, including GPs and Specialists
  • Relevant qualifications and/or significant experience in electronic document, records or information management would be viewed favourably.

People living with viral hepatitis or liver disease, Aboriginal people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Applications close: 10am on Tuesday 5 January 2021

  • To apply: send your CV and a covering letter addressing the key selection criteria to admin@hepvic.org.au.
  • Interviews will be conducted remotely during January
  • Availability to commence in early February would be ideal.

Call Sarah Kleinitz on (03) 9385 9109 if you would like to discuss the role further.

Join the team

LiverWELL incorporating Hepatitis Victoria is the peak not for profit, community organisation committed to reducing the impact of viral hepatitis and liver disease.

We provide information, support, referral, education and advocacy for people living with viral hepatitis and liver disease and training for those who work with them.

With one in five Australians living with or at risk of liver disease, this is an opportunity to work with a diverse range of people to transform what is a key health issue facing our community.

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LiverWELL, trading as Hepatitis Victoria is the peak community organisation working across the state for people affected by, or at risk of, liver disease and viral hepatitis.

We acknowledge and pay respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

We welcome people from all cultures, nationalities and religions. Being inclusive and providing equitable services is our commitment.