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We are One Team IPC Health, we are passionate, creative and we make a difference.We deliver innovative high quality services that are client centred, collaborative, coordinated and demonstrate value through measured impact. We are a not-for-profit community health service committed to working with the rapidly growing areas of Melbourne’s middle and outer West, where population will grow by 400,000 in the coming 15 years. By year 2035, we anticipate that the total population served will be approximately 1.2 million.The OpportunityPlay a pivotal role in High Risk Accommodation Response (HRAR) program, supporting residents of high risk accommodation including public and community housing, rooming houses, supported residential settings, caravan parks and residential disability settings.  You will be working closely with a multidisciplinary team of community engagement and health professionals passionate about the positive impact community-based programs and activities can have on a person’s health and wellbeing.As a Wellbeing Coordinator, you will partner with residents to identify issues impacting on their health and wellbeing and co-create their wellbeing plan. As a team, you will have the opportunity to liaise with a wide range of community partners to enable engagement as well as build and strengthen local partnerships.This opportunity is based at our Deer Park campus and is a Full Time Fixed Term (Special Project) until the end of December 2021. You will make a difference byProactively engaging with residents to ascertain and identify issues impacting on their health and wellbeing.Supporting and facilitating referrals for active linkages internally to IPC Health and local support services.Empowering residents to build capacity to address issues impacting on their health and wellbeing.Establishing strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to continuously improve referral pathways and accessibility of community-based support services and programs.Being an active participant in the multidisciplinary HRAR team with a shared commitment to executing quality improvement process to enhance the service model and achieve the best client outcomes.To succeed, you will needA tertiary qualification and 2 years' experience working in the following fields: nursing, social work, allied health, counselling, or community development.Excellent motivational interviewing and holistic wellbeing assessment skills.Proven experience empowering adults in a planned and structured way to improve health and wellbeing outcomes particularly with diverse and disadvantaged communities.Demonstrated experience in stakeholder engagement with proven ability to strategically engage, negotiate and influence, others to achieve better outcomes.Special interest in improving the health outcomes of our vulnerable, disconnected and disadvantaged communities.What next?If you are passionate, creative and make a difference, we want to hear from you. All you need to do is visit our careers page, read the role’s Success Profile and submit your resume, cover letter and a document outlining how you meet our minimum ‘to succeed’ criteria.To find out more about the role, please contact Eliza Mead – Manager, High Risk Accommodation Response on 0448 909 165Applications close 24 October 2021We are committed to maintaining a barrier-free environment for all and welcome individuals of diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to, those from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and the LGBTI communities to apply for our job opportunities.Success Profile - Wellbeing Coordinator (HRAR) 40 AUD Deer Park 3023