The HealthPathways Community is entering a new phase of scale and maturity, already covering 45 health jurisdictions and still growing rapidly. We’re looking for people to work with us to ensure all members of the Community are maximising the success of their HealthPathways work programme for both now, and the future.
Our immediate focus is on scaling our support to the HealthPathways clinical editing teams and the regional groupings of those teams:
- Victoria and Tasmania
- ACT and New South Wales
- Northern Territory, Western Australia, and South Australia
- New Zealand (may divide into South and North Islands in the future)
- United Kingdom (will divide into multiple regions as membership growth continues)
Each regional group is supported by a part-time Regional Group Clinical Advisor (RGCA).
Regional Group Clinical Advisor (RGCA) – New South Wales
We’re currently seeking applications for the New South Wales RGCA role.
The purpose of the Regional Group Clinical Advisor (RGCA) role is to assist clinical editing teams within the regional group to perform their roles effectively and consistently within the framework of the HealthPathways Style Manual, Base HealthPathways, the HealthPathways Sharing Framework and the collaborative philosophy and principles that underpin the HealthPathways Community.
Key responsibilities of the role include:
- Advising and supporting HealthPathways clinical teams within the regional group
- Facilitating collaboration across the regional group
- Advising and supporting Streamliners HealthPathways Lead Writers and Regional Group Managers (RGMs)
- Working collaboratively with RGCA colleagues:
- Participating in the organisation and delivery of scheduled symposiums for HealthPathways programme managers, clinical editors, and coordinators.
The ideal candidate would be an experienced and effective HealthPathways Clinical Editor with the capacity and ability to:
- Mentor and guide senior clinical editors
- Communicate clearly
- Build and cultivate productive working relationships
- Drive and deliver results
- Steer and implement change
- Listen, understand, and adapt to their audience
The NSW RGCA role reports to Dr Louise Delaney, Clinical Lead Advice and Support, and has a time allocation of 4 hours per week.
If you’re interested in this role: