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  • 18 Jun 2024 8:57 AM | coby baker (Administrator)

    The Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses (BBV) Program Officer (Youth) (50D) directly reports to the Sexual Health and BBV Program Coordinator and is accountable to the Executive Manager Public Health and Continuous Quality Improvement (PHCQI). This position is primarily responsible for coordinating an increase in testing and treatment in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Western Australia through education sessions, and Health Promotion messaging.

    The Sexual Health and BBV Program Officer (Youth) (50D) will facilitate a program aimed at delivering culturally appropriate education to Aboriginal communities, to increase health literacy and knowledge of STI and BBV prevention, and testing and treatment of STIs and BBVs.

    The program offers a holistic view of health involving Social and Emotional Wellbeing., Drug and Alcohol misuse, Healthy Relationships and other Sexual Health topics. This role works collaboratively with the Sexual Health and BBV Program Team to effectively deliver key program deliverables, and is supported by the Sexual Health and BBV Program Coordinator in the implementation of strategies to the target group.

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  • 18 Jun 2024 8:54 AM | coby baker (Administrator)

    The School Services programs run in many primary schools during NSW school terms and provide relationship and sexuality education programs based on a sound educational principle to assist students and families address specific questions students have around gender, sexuality, and communication.

    The successful candidate, once trained, will be responsible in conducting relationship and sexuality education programs on their own for primary school students, parents, and community members as required and to promote Interrelate programs & services.

    There will be day & evening work involved during the school term and the need for administrative tasks to be completed from home. You must be able to attend compulsory training and attend the end-of-term meetings. Furthermore, you must have access to a motor vehicle, mobile phone, and current driver's licence.

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  • 18 Jun 2024 8:52 AM | coby baker (Administrator)

    The Date-Ability Project-

    Unique & Flexible opportunity to be apart of innovative programs delivered to NDIS participants!

    The Date-Ability Project are seeking qualified Counsellors to be apart of our Financial Literacy & Date-Ability Programs in Victoria
    This role will include mandatory work in
    -Coburg East- Thursdays
    -Werribee- Fridays
    -Frankston- Saturday (Mornings only 0930-1230)
    & Surrounding suburbs
    (Please consider if this is do-able for you, before applying for the position) 
    Other locations of work can include 
    -Sandringham, Box Hill, St Kilda -And surrounds- 

    What separates us from the rest?

    We pride ourselves on a “collective genius” approach; forever learning and forever growing!

    We understand that family, work & general life balance is crucial to ensure our staff are happy & experiencing job satisfaction-

    This in turn means that our NDIS participants are receiving programs and services that are A+

    We provide role specific training and support from our team along the way!

    We pay ABOVE award level- we want to acknowledge and appreciate your work with us!

    What are we looking for?

    We are looking for qualified counsellors or Sexologists based in Victoria to work as counsellors within our Date-Ability, 1:1 Relationship skills & Financial Literacy Programs.
    Within Financial Literacy, you will support participants to identify their goals relating to their own personal spending and create week to week strategies to overcome barriers and take steps closer to financial independence & their goals.
    -No experience in finance required, it's all basic budgeting, we focus on the habits and behaviours behind spending. -

    Within The Date-Ability Program, you will facilitate programs around healthy and safe relationships/social connections to small groups of people (NDIS participants), guide participants through games and assist when disclosures or moments of discomfort occur.

    The role also includes attendance at networking events and showcasing what we do when requested at various meetings and opportunities.
    A confident, engaging and approachable personality is a must. 

    We are looking for people with a positive attitude, flexible availability & an understanding of a person-centered approach.

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  • 14 May 2024 2:47 PM | coby baker (Administrator)


    The Health Promotion Coordinator – Sexual and Reproductive Health is responsible for the delivery of evidence-based primary prevention health promotion programs and capacity building initiatives that promote women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights, including abortion healthcare.

    Women’s Health East is the lead agency for ‘A Strategy for Equality: Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health in Melbourne’s East’ and a regional partnership of organisations that are committed to advancing optimal sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing for communities in the eastern region.

    The Health Promotion Coordinator contributes to the development and implementation of collaborative regional partnerships and supports the implementation of this regional strategy, action plan and collective evaluation framework, as well as partnership forums, training, communities of practice, and working groups.

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  • 14 May 2024 2:44 PM | coby baker (Administrator)

    About the role

    The purpose of this role is to demonstrate accountability at an advanced practice level for managing and coordinating syphilis prevention in the context of a public health response and for the provision of specialist nursing advice, consultation, leadership and education to inter-professional team members as relevant to the specific context of the role. The focus is on complex cases for vulnerable patients in priority populations, including pregnant women/people and their sexual partners, women of reproductive age, heterosexual and non-gay identifying men who have sex with men.

    The role will:

    • Coordinate patient centred care across the patient journey.
    • Strengthen partnerships with other government and non-government agencies providing support and clinical care to priority populations.
    • Improve patient outcomes through the delivery of evidence-based care.
    • Facilitate systems improvement - providing a leadership role within the organisations and act as an agent of change.

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  • 14 May 2024 2:41 PM | coby baker (Administrator)

    About Us

    SHQ is the largest non-government provider of sexual and reproductive health services in Western Australia. Over the past 50 years our organisation has evolved and expanded to meet the growing and changing needs of the community, providing clinical, counselling and education services that promote sexual health and relationship wellbeing for all.

    We value diversity and inclusion; courage and compassion; respect for all. It’s a very exciting time to join SHQ as the organisation is going through a period of growth with the provision of increased service offerings.

    About You

    You are a skilled, seriously passionate and qualified individual with experience working in health education and people with disability. Your excellent communication skills, along with your demonstrated skills and experience in the delivery and evaluation of education and training programs will be viewed favourably.

    The role

    You work as a member of the team delivering group education programs to children and young people with disability; parents and carers; professionals and other support networks, in the areas of sex and sexuality, puberty, protective behaviours and respectful relationships.

    As a vital member of our education & development team, you will play a crucial role in the ongoing expansion of SHQ’s services.

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  • 10 Apr 2024 9:29 AM | coby baker (Administrator)

    Provide specialist sexual health clinical services for optimal patient outcomes within the North Coast of NSW

    Where you'll be working
    While the position is owned by Mid North Coast LHD, the advertised role is located in our clinics in NNSW LHD, namely Lismore Sexual Health Service and Tweed Sexual Health Service. The successful applicant can work at either or both of these sites, depending on applicant preference, applicant location, and service needs. Suitable work arrangements may include working 0.5 FTE each week, or working full time every second week, whichever is more suitable for the successful applicant.

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  • 10 Apr 2024 9:28 AM | coby baker (Administrator)

    ACON is Australia’s largest health promotion organisation specialising in community health, inclusion, and HIV responses for people of diverse sexualities and genders. Established in 1985, ACON works to create opportunities for people in our communities to live their healthiest lives.


    Manager, Gay and Bi+ Men’s Sexual Health Programs

    Join ACON’s HIV and Sexual Health division and support a team across a diverse and engaging portfolio of programs including clinical services, peer work, health promotion and community outreach.

    • This role leading ACON’s GBMSM (Gay, Bisexual and other Men who have sex with Men) Sexual Health team, plays a key role in supporting ACON’s efforts to end HIV transmission in NSW. 

    Ok, so what’s the role?

    The Manager, Gay and Bi+ Men’s Sexual Health Programs will:

    • Provide leadership in the development and implementation of GBMSM health promotion and education programs and services.
    • Manage, inspire and motivate staff working to progress and evaluate high quality HIV and Sexual Health projects to continue to innovate and engage with the community members, to drive down HIV transmission and addressing HIV stigma.
    • Represent ACON at relevant forums, reference groups, inter-agencies, research and other committees that focus on GBMSM sexual health.
    • Provide leadership, strategic thinking and relationship management skills to support the delivery of ACON’s HIV and STI testing through ACON’s a[TEST] services.

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  • 10 Apr 2024 9:26 AM | coby baker (Administrator)

    SHQ is the largest non-government provider of sexual and reproductive health services in Western Australia. Over the past 50 years our organisation has evolved and expanded to meet the growing and changing needs of the community, providing clinical, counselling and education services that promote sexual health and relationship wellbeing for all. 

    We value diversity and inclusion; courage and compassion; respect for all. It’s a very exciting time to join SHQ as the organisation is going through a period of growth with the provision of increased service offerings. 

    The Role 

    SHQ is seeking to fill multiple new positions. This is an opportunity to join our dynamic team, during a time of unprecedented expansion of our clinical service delivery. 

    We are welcoming applications from RNs with an interest in providing high quality STI/BBV, and sexual and reproductive health services.  Successful candidates will collaborate with a diverse team, maintaining a high standard of care and fulfilling our duty of care obligations consistently. Additionally, they will have the opportunity to work in a unique clinic environment, alongside doctors and nurses who share their passion and possess specialized skills in sexual and reproductive health. The role will involve a rotating roster, alternating between clinic work and handling the SHQ telephone helpline service.   

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  • 10 Apr 2024 9:24 AM | coby baker (Administrator)

    Who Are We?

    Life Education Victoria, widely recognised by our beloved and iconic giraffe mascot, Healthy Harold, has been a leading health promotion charity in Australia for over 40 years. Our purpose is to give kids strategies and life skills to deal with the hard stuff in life, such as; physical health, social and emotional wellbeing & safety..

    We have a passionate and committed team of over 40 people who share a common vision for young people to thrive in an ever increasingly complex world. For further information about our organisation, refer to our local Victorian website is and our local fundraising site is The national site is

    The Role:

    We are looking for an enthusiastic and engaging part time facilitator to work within primary schools in the Hume Calder region on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday.

    The Tasks:

    Facilitate LIfe Education Victoria RSE programs to Primary School aged children in their classroom. A typical day is facilitating multiple sessions to upper primary school kids in their classroom. Key education areas include puberty, relationships & reproduction.

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