Oxley / Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Admin Grade 1A – HS1 (HS1A – HS1)
Fixed Term Part Time
(8 hrs per fortnight)
Parental Leave Replacement
We are seeking applications from motivated individuals to join our dedicated Oxley / ICU team as a Ward Clerk. This temporary part time position is available from June 2022 until March 2023 and includes working a rotating roster including evenings and weekends. The successful applicant will provide efficient and effective professional administrative support and reception duties, delivering a customer focused service to patients, their families and visitors, and facilitate accurate data entry of patient movement.
Key Selection Criteria include:
- An ability to work as a team member in a multidisciplinary environment
- Excellent customer service skills
- Well-developed telephone etiquette and techniques
- Basic computer and key boarding skills
- Demonstrated ability to maintain accurate records
- Certificate III Business Administration
- Advanced word processing and data entry skills
- Previous employment in medical related field
- Previous medical terminology training
For more information about the position see the below position’s contact details below.
Applications must be submitted via e-recruit by the closing date.
Grampians Health (Horsham & Dimboola) is committed to equal employment opportunity and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability.
Grampians Health encourages applications from people from culturally and / or linguistically diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We aim to provide a safe environment for our staff, patients, residents and clients which includes supporting and responding to disclosures of family violence issues.
Horsham & Dimboola Campuses, proudly part of Grampians Health.
Contact Person Jennifer Vague
Contact Number (03) 5381 9215
Alternate Contact Person Judy Wood
Alternate Contact Number (03) 5381 9215
Closing Date 20/06/2022
Position Description Ward Clerk PD Oxley Oct18.pdf