Education and Events Project Officer
- Full time, permanent opportunity with flexible location and WFH options
- $86,978 p.a, plus 14% Superannuation and 17.5% annual leave loading
- Leading National Health and Education member-based organisation
About the RACGP
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is the voice of general practitioners (GPs) in our growing cities and throughout rural and remote Australia. For more than 60 years, we’ve supported the backbone of Australia’s health system by setting the standards for education and practice and advocating for better health and wellbeing for all Australians.
We foster the future of general practice through our profession-led, community-based training model for the Australian General Practice Training Program and other training pathways. We train GPs to deliver quality, whole-person care to patients across Australia, support their ongoing professional development and provide a point of connection for GPs serving communities in every corner of the country.
We’re committed to diversity and social inclusion and encourage applications from people who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, people with disability and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
As our Education & Events Project Officer, you will call upon your demonstrated experience in coordinating and supporting the roll out of educational programs and events in a health/government or human services environment. You will posses the ability to plan, organise and establish your own work priorities to manage a complex workload as well as expressing exceptional interpersonal and communication skills with external and internal stakeholders.
To thrive in this role, you’ll have:
- Tertiary level qualification in education, health, events or a related discipline and relevant work experience.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with demonstrated experience in document preparation and public speaking.
- Well-developed organisational and problem-solving skills.
About the opportunity
Reporting to the Manager, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, you will be responsible for the contributing to the development, delivery and coordination of education and events activities for the RACGP Aboriginal and Torries Strait Islander Health Faculty. You will support the manager with broader projects within the faculty and be responsible for coordinating Faculty events that are significant within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Calendar.
In addition, you’ll:
- Support delivery of member education activities and workshops including QI&CPD activities with internal and external stakeholders.
- Undertake the EAR Accreditation Training course, to facilitate the accreditation of all Faculty educational activities.
- Contribute to the development of the Faculty’s post Fellowship qualification in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
- Facilitate RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health’s representation at all relevant conferences, including the RACGP’s annual conference.
- 14% superannuation
- Additional leave over the Christmas and New Year period
- 5% annual leave loading for EA employees
- Hybrid working arrangements
- The Core Academy
- High-profile health and education organisation where progressive leadership, innovation integrity, collaboration and accountability are valued.
Follow the link to our careers page to submit your CV and cover letter as one document.
Please apply as soon as possible as we will be reviewing applications as they are submitted, and interviews will commence with suitable applicants who have applied.
Towards the end of the process, applicants will be asked to complete pre-employment screening, which may include reference checks and/or a National Police Check. Applicants must have the right to work in Australia.
For a copy of the position description, visit https://www.racgp.org.au/the-racgp/careers/position-descriptions
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