Fixed Term Part-time (22.80 hours per week) until 30 June 2020

Location – flexible Tamworth, Newcastle or Erina

$77,740 – 87,967 + Super + Salary Packaging (Full-time equivalent)

Key Requirements

HNECC PHN is seeking an enthusiastic and professional Accountant to join our corporate services team. Successful applicants will assist in the preparation of management reports including balance sheet reconciliations and financial acquittals and will provide quality and timely analytical support to a variety of stakeholders.

We are seeking someone who is self-motivated with experience in a similar role and demonstrate competence in accounting and office software.

For more information about the role please contact Alex Goodwin at

For full position description with selection criteria click here

Applications to prior to the closing date. Please ensure your cover letter addresses the criteria as set out in the position description which can be found on our website and be accompanied by a current Resume.

Closing date: COB 04 December 2017

Directories Officer

Location flexible: Tamworth, Newcastle or Central Coast

Fixed Part-time – 22.8 hours per week (0.6FTE)

Salary: Administration Level 1, Grade 1 $57,281 - Grade 4, $67,509 full-time equivalent*

Are you passionate about health information? Are you data driven and a person who would embrace the challenge of supporting and populating a regional health directory that feeds into the National Health Service Directory? Do you have attention to detail in establishing mechanisms for accurate data collection, input, maintenance and reporting?

Health Services directories (HSD) are critical components in the delivery of regional health services. Directory statistics can also be utilised when planning for service commissioning, assessing market response times and developing regional needs assessments.

The Practice and System Support team are seeking a team member to join with them in supporting all directories across the PHN. Reporting requirements include collation of data and generation of Dashboard reports for General Practice relevant to their specific health data extraction programs. Internally, gathering, entering data and co-ordination of regular audits of data to ensure accuracy of information used across a number of internal portfolios.

Key Requirements

  • The ability to develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders both internal and external
  • Ability to present precise and quality information in a timely manner
  • High Level of proficiency with MS Word and Excel
  • Great attention to detail
  • Basic understanding of databases

If this role sounds appealing, we would love to hear from you.

Part - time fixed term contract until 30.06.18 with a potential for extension until 2020 pending Commonwealth funding agreements.

For more information about the role please contact Alison Tattersall, Professional Development and Workforce Team Leader:

For full position description click here

Applications to prior to the closing date. Please ensure your cover letter addresses the criteria as set out in the position description which can be found on our website and be accompanied by a current Resume.

Applications Close: 9am Monday 20 November 2017

* Salary includes Full-time equivalent base salary (Level 1 Grade 1 $57281.84- Grade 4 $67,509.69), superannuation and full utilisation of salary packaging to calculate the total equivalent salary. Remuneration will be negotiated dependent on skills, experience

Why Work for the PHN?

At Hunter New England, Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) we are a values driven organisation and we are proud of our culture and the great benefits we can offer our staff. We employee highly motivated and passionate people that work together to deliver innovative, locally relevant solutions that measurably improve the health outcomes of our communities.

Our staff talk about their passion for the work they do in the videos below.


Our values are the basis of everything we do including how we work with each other and the way we connect with our industry partners and the wider community. We look for people who share these values;

• Respect
• Innovation
• Accountability
• Integrity
• Cooperation
• Recognition

We pride ourselves on being supportive and flexible and offer a great range of benefits including;

• Salary packaging up to $15,900
• Professional development
• Flexible working arrangements
• Supportive team environment
• Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals
• Health & Wellbeing initiatives
• Additional Leave for Family & Community responsibilities
• Additional leave between the Christmas and new year period
• Opportunities to be innovative

Want to join us? ...all our positions are advertised on the Seek website.

This is how to apply?

Application must include:

1. Letter addressing the selection criteria in the position description, and;
2. Current Resume

Complete applications to be emailed to prior to the closing date.