This is a significant milestone in the Logan Together journey, and a unique opportunity for a dedicated, community focused midwife with developed project management and stakeholder engagement skills.
With direction from the Director, Logan Together, and the Logan Community Maternity Governing Body, this position is responsible for project managing the design, development and implementation of the Logan Community Maternity & Child Health Hubs with communities, host site organisations and stakeholders to ensure that the initial four sites are ready to commence booking women into the service in July 2017.
This 5 month, fixed-term role is due for commencement in late February 2017, and will be based at the Logan Together backbone office at Griffith University’s Logan Campus.
If you are an exceptional midwife looking to help shape the future of community based, woman centred, continuity of midwifery care in Logan, please forward your CV and cover letter to Matt.Statham@griffith.edu.au by Friday 20 January 2017.
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview during the week following the closing date.Click to read the full eNewsletter