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Job: Policy and Communications Officer (Maternity Leave position at APNA)
- Work with Australia’s most trusted profession
- Be part of influencing the national primary health care agenda
- City fringe location
- 0.8–1.0 FTE
Is this role right for you?
As APNA's Policy and Communications Officer you will coordinate and support policy and advocacy activity across the organisation, including communicating APNA’s positions to members and other stakeholders. You will have demonstrated strong analytical skills gained in policy analysis, policy development or advocacy role/s, and hold tertiary qualifications in a public policy, health or communications field.
Whilst initially a maternity leave position, there is strong scope for this to turn into an ongoing role.
APNA provides primary health care nurses with a voice, access to quality continuing professional development, education resources, support and networking opportunities. APNA continually strives to increase awareness of the role of the primary health care nurse, and to be a dynamic and vibrant organisation for its members. APNA represents a significant, and rapidly expanding, primary health care nurse workforce.
Read the complete the position description here.
To be considered for this position please email your CV with a supporting statement demonstrating how you meet the selection criteria to email@example.com.
Send this by COB Wednesday 25 July.
Enquiries – Contact Darren Carr firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 303 184