Could you be the WA voice of PPEP Talk?

The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia is a not for profit organisation whose goal is to build a healthier and more productive community by improving the quality of life of people with pelvic pain.

The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia has provided the PPEP Talk® Schools Education Program to schools in South Australia and is now expanding into Western Australia. PPEP-Talk® is a medically accurate and supported schools’ program that provides a health intervention for teens with pain. We believe that all teens should have the opportunity to live well and achieve their education, personal and economic potential.

PPEP-Talk is a key component of Australia’s National Action Plan for Endometriosis. It is funded by the Federal Department of Health, and the State Governments of South Australia and Western Australia.

We seek to employ a Clinical Educator (0.6 FTE) for the Western Australian program.

The successful applicant will work with a motivated team to lead our program in Western Australia. This involves providing education to high school students across the state, in addition to coordinating and planning the program implementation with our Senior Educator based in South Australia.

The successful applicant will ideally be a health professional with experience in presentation or education, or, a teacher with training in the health sciences.

Skills and Experiences:

  • MUST reside and hold full working rights in Australia
  • Preparedness to learn new approaches to the understanding and management of pelvic pain conditions
  • Possess or be willing to undertake a Working with Children and National Police Check
  • Hold a current drivers’ licence
  • Have your own reliable vehicle
  • Be willing to travel around Western Australia
  • Be prepared to undertake interstate travel, as required
  • Customer Service awareness is essential, as is an engaging presentation style
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • A commitment to PPFA values, and the integrity of the PPEP-Talk program
  • IT competence

 

Importantly, we are looking for an applicant with a passion for the wellbeing of young women.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Support PPFA work undertaken to date in the development of the PPEP program
  • Tailor, plan for and coordinate education programs to meet individual customer requirements
  • Provide education to schools as required
  • Engage internal and external stakeholders to deliver on plan
  • Provide management with information on activity in the marketplace including program evaluation and feedback
  • Maintain an accurate up to date CRM database of all accounts including activities, in-servicing records and contact details
  • Administer, collate, upload and manage all student and teacher program evaluation data
  • Attend relevant industry trade shows, conferences and meetings as required
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with key customers and key opinion leaders.
  • Where appropriate develop and maintain relationships with relevant associations and government representatives to raise the PPFA profile

What We Offer:

  • Be a part of something new and exciting with the backing of a supportive team
  • Excellent working conditions- be a part of a positive and supportive team
  • Competitive Salary and conditions

 

To summarise,  we are looking for a dynamic person, able to deliver technical and clinical information in an engaging, energetic, kind and positive way to young people and their schools. A determination to do your best, keep learning, and be highly self-motivated is essential. As part of our team, this a role for a person with a good sense of PPFA values, the desire to be part of the greater organisation and a flexible approach to satisfying consumer needs.

If this is you, we would love to hear from you. Please send us your resume and cover letter, addressed to our Executive Director Ms Kirsty Mead at kmead@pelvicpain.org.au