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Director Of Oral Health, Hobart, Department Of Infrastructure, Regional Development, Transport & Com

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178220083
125 AU$
Director Of Oral Health, Hobart, Department Of Infrastructure, Regional Development, Transport & Com
Australia, Tasmania, Hobart,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Director of oral health
Min. Salary: 100.000
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Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development, Transport & Communications

Hobart TAS

$193,645 + allowances and remote support package

2 year Fixed Term Non-Ongoing Vacancy – Full Time

(with a possibility of two further two year renewals at the department’s discretion)

(Annual salary of $193,645 plus allowances and remote support package)

The Indian Ocean Territories Administration (IOTA) is currently seeking a motivated, professional and suitably qualified person to join our team as the Director of Oral Health (DOH) within the Indian Ocean Territories Health Service (IOTHS) based on Christmas Island. 

The IOTHS delivers a primary and acute health care service in two of Australia’s most remote and most spectacular settings - Christmas Island (CI) and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands (CKI). IOTHS includes a 24 hour eight bed hospital and primary care facility on CI and clinics on Home and West Islands in the CKI. The IOTHS is committed to “Working with our communities to keep us healthy for the whole of our lives”.

As the sole dental practitioner (Dentist), you are required to:
Provide leadership, vision and develop strategies to enable the Oral Health Team to continue to successfully operate within the guidelines of the IOTHS strategic and operational plans and maintain accreditation.
Provide leadership and operational management of a small team responsible for the effective delivery of operational and strategic dental service functions and projects across the Indian Ocean Territories (IOT).
Deliver oral health services of a high quality in a culturally appropriate way to the two island communities of Christmas Island and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Facilitate Dental Health Promotions including organising and coordinating the range of functions necessary to support the oral health clinics.
Our ideal applicant will have demonstrated experience and a commitment to public health principles as well as experience in achieving accreditation for an oral health service. Candidates must be an effective clinical leader and able to work collaboratively. Strong negotiating, influencing, communication and interpersonal skills are required to treat patients across a range of cultural groups and demonstrated professional and technical proficiency to operate as a sole practitioner is also essential.

To be considered, candidate must hold a current registration as a Dental Practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), have a minimum of seven (7) years general paediatric and dental experience including previous experience in a rural or remote environment. Knowledge and experience of using Titanium Patient and Practice Management Software working in a multicultural environment will be well regarded. Further, the successful applicant will need to hold a current Western Australian Working With Children Check, Senior First Aid Certificate, hold a ‘C’ class manual Driver’s Licence transferable to the Indian Ocean Territories, provide proof of vaccination or immunity as required by IOTHS, be prepared to travel and work on Cocos (Keeling) Islands as required and will be subject to a health assessment.

For an application pack outlining how you can apply for this opportunity, please contact the IOTA Human Resources Team at [email protected] and quote position number 109105.

Applications close 4.00pm (Christmas Island local time), Friday 7 October 2022

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