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Senior Sector and Community Engagement Officer

Palliative Care Tasmania

Palliative Care Tasmania is seeking applications for a Senior Sector and Community Engagement Officer to join our team! The role is up to 0.8FTE and based in our Hobart office, and will involve some travel, primarily in the South of the state. 
This role will lead the facilitation of online and in-person education.

The successful applicant will support the Manager Sector and Community Engagement and must be willing to cover periods of leave in this role.

Position overview:
The Senior Sector and Community Engagement Officer will hold a vital leadership role within Palliative Care Tasmania, working with and supporting the Manager Sector and Community Engagement to ensure the successful delivery of education. The primary focus is to lead the facilitation of PCT education courses, including ensuring course quality is maintained, accurate information is provided, and evaluations are completed.


Interested?  Head to our website at PCT Career – Palliative Care Tasmania ( to find out more!

Applications close on Monday 8th January, 5pm.

Clinical Nurse Consultant - Palliative Care

Department of Health
Hobart TAS 

Position details


$104,735 - $111,334 + salary packaging + super!

Employment type:

Full Time

Job description:

Department of Health are seeking applications for a Nurse Unit Manager to provide leadership to the Specialist Palliative Care Team across the North West Region.

The Role

The Clinical Nurse Consultant - Palliative Care provides clinical leadership and direction in planning, implementing and evaluating the provision of palliative care to effectively support the delivery of an acute and community palliative care service provided by Hospitals South. The Clinical Nurse Consultant is responsible for:

  • Providing clinical leadership and specialist clinical advice to nursing, medical and allied health staff including other health care providers and external stakeholders.
  • Coordinating acute and community palliative care clinical practices including palliative care assessment and treatment plans, psychosocial support and interventions.
  • Leading the development and implementation of clinical protocols, guidelines and service delivery options.

For More Information 

Nadine Clarke
Nurse Unit Manager - Specialist Palliative Care Community Service
Phone: (03) 6166 2820

Nurse Unit Manager (NUM) - Specialist Palliative Care Service (502891)

Department of Health
Hospitals & Primary Care - Hospitals NW
Primary Health North West 

Position details

Applications close:



Nurses and Midwives (Tasmanian State Service) Award, Registered Nurse, Grade 7a


$111,784 to $118,064 per annum

Employment type:

Full Time


North West


Parkside, 1 Strahan St

Job description:

Department of Health are seeking applications for a Nurse Unit Manager to provide leadership to the Specialist Palliative Care Team across the North West Region.

The Role

  • Provides leadership to the Specialist Palliative Care Team in the North West Region;
  • Ensures the efficient and effective provision of client care, based on clinical standards and best practice principles within a collaborative and multidisciplinary framework by coordinating the clinical, management, education and research functions within the Specialist Palliative Care Service;
  • Leads and manages the coordination of overall client care and is responsible for managing the allocated human, material and financial resources for service delivery and
  • Manages projects, and/or research to evaluate processes and clinical outcomes to ensure services within the Specialist
  • Palliative Care Service are consumer focused and streamline the transition of the client from the acute to primary care setting within a multidisciplinary team environment.

Note: - Please refer to the Statement of Duties for a full list of the duties. 

For More Information 

Bronwyn Miles

Position: Director of Nursing 
Phone:  (03) 6478 6160

Clinical Nurse Consultant - caring@home

Health Consumers Tasmania
Health Consumers Tasmania is funded to roll out the State Government’s election commitment to pilot three Health and Wellbeing Networks (HWN) in three locations – Central Coast, Dorset and Huon Valley.

The project aims to empower the community to improve their health literacy and awareness and coordinate place based preventative health initiatives. Each Community Health and Wellbeing Network has determined the shape and focus of their network to build the capacity of regional communities to identify and respond to local health care needs. 

Title:                          Central Coast Community Connector
Level:                        SCHADS – Level 5
Status                        2 Years, Full-time (job sharing arrangement considered)
Location:                  Ulverstone 

The Central Coast Community Connector will play a key role in implementing The Right Place model in the Central Coast. The Community Connector will strengthen connections, provide networking opportunities, and share information about services, activities, groups and assets, which support community wellbeing. This role has been developed in response to community feedback and will build the capacity of existing community hubs, including groups and relevant businesses, to assist their members and clientele to find the support they need to engage in health promoting activities. 

Key Responsibilities

  • Establish and coordinate an initiative in the Central Coast region based on The Right Place model as a pilot, to improve awareness of and access to community-based services and supports. 
  • Develop and facilitate networks and collaborative partnerships across the community and with relevant key stakeholders such as government and non-government service providers and health industry, including outreach services, as they relate to community health and wellbeing.
  • Collate details on key health and wellbeing stakeholders, initiatives, and assets of the community to develop and distribute information regarding available health and wellbeing services and programs to Central Coast residents and service providers (including the Central Coast Community Directory).
  • Provide regular networking activities and promotion of activities that support Central Coast residents’ health and wellbeing. 
  • Develop a communication strategy between Central Coast Council, community groups, individual community members, service providers and government agencies, using appropriate media and communication methods.
  • Communicate funding and grant opportunities for groups and contribute to the delivery of agreed strategies.
  • Report on performance against any budget, agreed key outcomes and external funding obligations as required.


For any enquiries, please contact Megan Collier on 0477 017 020 or 

Application Process

Please send resume and responses to the selection criteria to by Friday 10th November 2023.