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Survey Interviewer , Queensland Health

Queensland Government - Wacol, QLD

Government, Defence & Emergency
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JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Temporary Full time, 6 months with the possibility of extension
  • Multiple positions available
  • The primary purpose of this role is to participate in The Queensland Urban Indigenous Mental Health survey (QUIMHS). The QUIMHS is a mental health research project focused on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults living across south-east Queensland.
Job details Position status Temporary
Position type Full-time
Occupational group Administration
Classification AO3
Workplace Location Flexible
Job ad reference QLD/WM02364562
Closing date 03-Mar-2021
Yearly salary
Fortnightly salary
Total remuneration
Salary Other
Job duration 6 months (with possibility of extension)
Contact person Tabinda Basit
Contact details 07 3271 8688
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**TARGETED VACANCY** This role is advertised under clause 6.9 of the Recruitment and Selection Directive 12/20, as limited to Public Sector employees only.

About the role

The aim of the project is to determine mental health prevalence amongst the adult Indigenous population in South East Queensland, the services that are currently being accessed and their effectiveness, as well as barriers to care. The survey Interviewer will be responsible for: recruiting survey participants from key locations, collecting survey data by administering a computer assisted-survey.

About You

Our ideal candidate will be someone who can demonstrate the following:
  • Ability to engage with members of the Indigenous community whilst also building rapport and connections with community members.
  • Ability to communicate project information clearly and effectively to community members and prospective participants, in an enthusiastic, approachable and respectful manner.
  • Ability to organise and maintain a contact record / booking system, through effective use of systems and processes, working effectively with teammates to adhere to project timelines and meet key project performance indicators.
  • Understanding of social and emotional wellbeing, mental health and substance misuse issues through previous work experience in a relevant field such as mental health, social services or community programs.
  • Knowledge and understanding of (or ability to acquire) ethical requirements of research with a demonstrated ability to uphold the integrity of those requirements.
  • High degree of computer literacy with the ability to quickly learn new systems.
  • An understanding of work health and safety regulations and an awareness of requirements regarding a COVID Safe workplace environment.
Vaccination Preventable Disease
This role is designated as ‘Vaccination Preventable Disease (VPD) risk role'. You must be able to provide evidence that you either:
  • have been vaccinated against the VPD's listed in the role description; or
  • you are not susceptible to the VPD's listed in the role description.
You will be asked by the recruiting manager to supply this evidence if you are the preferred candidate for the role. More information and evidence forms can be found at To apply you will need to download and read the role description and information package, please provide your CV or resume including the names and contact details of two referees and a short response (maximum 1-2 pages) on how your experience, abilities, knowledge and personal qualities are relevant for the role, taking into account the key accountabilities of the role. If you are viewing this advertisement on Seek, to access the Role Description please click on “Apply for this job” to be taken to our website.

To perform this role, it essential that the person who holds the position be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person. It is therefore a genuine occupational requirement under section 25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 that the applicants are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. An Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person is a person who:
  • identifies as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Islander person; and
  • is of Aboriginal and/or Torres Islander descent; and
  • is accepted as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person by the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community in which he or she lives.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander specific services and programs are intended to address the gap in social and economic outcomes experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Therefore, to ensure this intention is respected, the successful candidate will be asked to provide confirmation of their Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage.

Further information

We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote and .

Documents

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Role Description

Information Package for Applicants

Information Package for Applicants

Queensland Government